How to Get Better, Smart Wi-Fi with Ruckus Wireless

July 24, 2014 by Nathan Miloszewski

Making Wi-Fi faster and cheaper are great enhancements but, how good are those qualities if the service isn’t reliable?

That’s the goal of Ruckus Wireless with their line of Smart Wi-Fi access points, bridges, and switches.

Ruckus ZoneFlex 7762-S

Ruckus ZoneFlex 7762-S – Industry’s first 802.11n outdoor access point featuring a long-range, high-gain smart antenna array that integrates dynamic beamforming technology.

Ruckus Webinar: “Exploiting next generation 802.11ac with smarter antennas”

Ruckus is currently hosting a series of We All Want Better Wi-Fi webinars to help educate you on how to combat inconsistent Wi-Fi performance that affects our daily productivity:

Understanding the complexities of next-generation Wi-Fi can present a challenge. An optimized 802.11ac infrastructure comes only as a result of solid wireless fundamentals, thoughtful radio design, smart antenna systems, and dynamic RF adaptation. So how can you get the most out of 11ac?

Want Better Wi-Fi is an educational Webinar Series that offers the real facts and physics necessary to achieve better Wi-Fi. Join us for these highly informative sessions to gain the knowledge you need to make the best wireless networking decisions possible.

Next up in their webinar series is:

Exploiting next generation 802.11ac with smarter antennas | Wednesday, 8AM PST, July 30th

“We all #WantBetterWiFi and the most logical step to achieving this is exploring the new 802.11ac standard. However, it’s important to understand the differences between .11ac wave 1 and .11ac wave 2, and the potential pitfalls involved in an uninformed upgrade. Fully understanding the benefits of this exciting wireless technology, both short and long term, will enable you to make solid network design and deployment decisions.”

  • An overview of 802.11ac
  • 802.11ac protocol challenges
  • Understanding multiuser MIMO
  • Maximizing advanced signal modulation
  • The benefits of adaptive antennas with 802.11ac


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