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Captive Network Portal Standards

The Captive Network Portal Standards white paper defines some existing use cases, aligns user experience (UX), presents practices to consider and provides suggested guidelines for future features that can be adopted as a unified standard by client devices, client manufacturers and network hardware manufacturers.

This paper includes:

· How the current operating systems behave by Client, OS, and Version

· Key use cases for NGH/Passpoint™ with monetization opportunities

· Illustration of pre-authorization connectivity & onboarding process

· Recommendation for enhancing clients and onboarding user experience and future features


 
07 - 08 - 19  |  WBA white papers

Next Generation Hotspot (NGH) Wi-Fi Roaming & Evolution

Next Generation Hotspot (NGH) is WBA’s accomplishment of an end-to-end Wi-Fi Roaming experience, achieving the seamless, secure and interoperable experience set as a benchmark by the Wi-Fi industry. This white paper examines the business case for NGH and Wi-Fi Roaming, and also provides a detailed breakdown of the building blocks needed for setting up quality roaming services. It outlines a number of successful trials and demos, and explores the ways in which WBA and its members are working to ensure that the technology continues to evolve.


 
24 - 07 - 19  |  WBA white papers

Understanding The Global Implications Of Wi-Fi 6 & 6GHz

WBA’s latest white paper explores the implications of opening the 6GHz band to Wi-Fi by first clarifying what Wi-Fi 6 is and then by detailing how Wi-Fi will make use of this added spectrum. It explores the benefits and challenges of doing so, and it strives to address concerns raised by providers of public utilities, public safety and wireless backhaul, all of whom currently use the 6GHz band for vital microwave communications.


 
17 - 07 - 19  |  WBA white papers

Wi-Fi 6 Deployment Guidelines & Scenarios

The WBA’s Wi-F 6 Deployment Guidelines provide a number of possible scenarios utilizing Wi-Fi 6 technology. Operators, enterprises and cities can leverage the guidelines as the tools needed to embrace and deploy Wi-Fi 6 when it’s released later this year.
Savvy deployment of Wi-Fi 6 can mitigate some of the growing pains that Wi-Fi is experiencing, while ensuring that operators, enterprises and vendors meet important service-level agreements (SLAs). As such, the work released today proposes guidelines to ensure SLAs around bandwidth, throughput, latency, traffic prioritization and numerous other factors. The paper also provides guidelines for RF planning and design, with consideration given to factors like band steering, MU-MIMO and adjusting for high-density deployments that demand increased capacity. Additionally, today’s release addresses ways that Wi-Fi 6 deployments can provide seamless mobility and backward compatibility with previous Wi-Fi generation technology.

 
WBA white papers

WGC Atlanta Opening Address

JR Wilson – AT&T and Chairman of WBA: May 22, 2019


 
29 - 05 - 19  |  Atlanta 2019 Presentations

Next Generation Access

Matt MacPherson – Cisco4th Industrial Revolution: Power of Wi-Fi 6 in the 5G Era for Carriers, Enterprises and Cities – May 22, 2019


 
29 - 05 - 19  |  Atlanta 2019 Presentations

2019 Wi-Fi 6: Mission Critical Technology

Eric McLaughlin – IntelMay 22, 2019


 
29 - 05 - 19  |  Atlanta 2019 Presentations

Advanced Wi-Fi Interference Mitigation

Doron Ezri – HuaweiEnterprise Wireless – Driving the Opportunities and Business Case for 2019 – May 22, 2019


 
29 - 05 - 19  |  Atlanta 2019 Presentations

Wi-Fi at 20

Edgar Figueroa – Wi-Fi AllianceEnterprise Wireless – Driving the Opportunities and Business Case for 2019 – May 22, 2019
 


 
29 - 05 - 19  |  Atlanta 2019 Presentations

Transforming Wi-Fi Network Services

Shrikant Shenwai – Wireless Broadband AllianceEnterprise Wireless – Driving the Opportunities and Business Case for 2019 – May 22, 2019


 
29 - 05 - 19  |  Atlanta 2019 Presentations
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