CommScope engineer explains impact of NBASE-T on Wi-Fi deployments

Dec. 20, 2016
CommScope technical engineer Robert Matthew explains how Wi-Fi has advanced from a consumer model to something more predominately enterprise.

CommScope technical engineer Robert Matthew here explains how Wi-Fi has advanced from a consumer model to something more predominately enterprise, and how that has affected cabling solutions. The talk also provides technical details regarding Spatial streams and their effect on system performance.

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