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Wi-Fi Basics and Beyond: Practical Considerations for Deployments in Enterprise, Point-to-Point, Wireless Internet Service Provider, and Marine Applications

September 13, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Despite the ubiquitous deployment of Wi-Fi throughout the world, many engineers have not taken the time to understand the richness and diverse applications of this most popular of wireless technologies.  This comprehensive interactive session explains the evolution of Wi-Fi with related technologies of Power over Ethernet, antenna options, cable considerations, and connector choices to fill an engineer’s Wi-Fi toolbox.  Direct hands-on experience with domestic and international deployments of point-to-multipoint and point-to-point solutions is presented including design considerations before discussing security and testing methods.
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R. Scott Peabody is a Senior Consultant for ADCOMM Engineering and a registered professional engineer (PE) with over 25 years of experience in telecommunications, electrical power systems, and information technologies.   Scott previously held Director positions in engineering, operations and spectrum acquisition at AT&T, Nextel Partners and Sprint along with technical and management roles at Puget Sound Energy.  He has a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and a University of Washington MBA.   Scott is a member of APCO, NFPA and the IEEE.   He speaks regularly at national and regional technical conferences and he has authored a number of technical articles focusing on the practical application of technologies to address today’s real world problems.


Microsoft – Building #99 Room 1919

14820 NE 36th Street - Building #99 Room 1919
Redmond, WA 98052 United States