⌘ RESOURCES ⌘ Brain Food
Here is a list of some resources to help keep the BAD-FI away. There are videos, blog posts, and white papers. The wireless community is so generous with sharing its knowledge. These are just some of the great things out there.
7 Rules for Accurate Site Surveys by @KeithRParsons
802.11 Arbitration by Marcus Burton. This is how WiFi works. (Should be in EVERY WLAN engineers library.)
802.1ac In-Depth Overview [VIDEO] by Peter Thorneycroft
802.11ax for Dummies by David Coleman
Mike Albano's WiFi Client Capabilities List - a list of devices and their capabilities to assist in your wireless designs.
Andrew VonNagy’s Revolution WiFi's Blog
Understanding Primary and Secondary Coverage by Devin Akin
Understanding common outdoor antenna types/patterns [VIDEO] by Aruba’s Chuck Lukaszewski
WLAN Troubleshooting Guide by Dave Coleman. It’s actually the troubleshooting chapter from his and Davis Wescott’s CWNA Study Guide.,
Why One AP Per-Classroom Is Wrong by Keith Parsons
WiFi for Beginners Podcast by @WiFiNigel
Wireshark most common 802.11 display filters by @VergesFrancois
Understanding Behavior of Mobile Clients by Jerome Henry [VIDEO]
WLAN Pros Conference Session Videos - if there's only one conference you can go to this is the one.