Posts by Jan Buis

Wi-Fi in historic buildings – signal different

Wi-Fi in historic buildings

The process of digitalization is unstoppable, even taking hold in places of historical significance. For example, where buildings under monument protection are being converted into modern offices, or in centuries-old buildings such as museums or theatres which, of course, have to keep pace with the digital age. This is the collision of two worlds that […]

How to get the maximum out of your Wi-Fi network: Optimize!

LANCOM Active Radio Control (ARC)

“Never touch a running system,” is a widespread sentiment among network administrators and stems from the experiences gained from operating-system updates. The general opinion is: Once a system is set up and configured, think twice about changing it. These days this is a rather negligent approach,

How Wi-Fi can work on Mars

Outdoor Access Point LANCOM Systems

In August this year you were able to witness a strange but at the same time fascinating scene which could have been straight out of a science fiction movie: Two astronauts in white space suits with big antennas on their backs were moving across a dark, rocky terrain high up on a mountain conducting scientific experiments.

Celebrating 30 years of Wi-Fi – Cradle in Europe

When searching the web, there is no distinct or formalized date of birth of wireless LAN to be found, let alone a place of birth. Some of us may get the feeling that this key communication technology of our age was invented just a couple of years ago.