Join Sean Colins for an in-depth discussion in this video Planning a 2.4 gigahertz network, part of iPads for Educators: Deploying 1:1 iPads.
- 2.4 gigahertz on a wifi network refers…to the spectrum or frequency in which the network operates.…The important thing to know about 2.4 gigahertz…is that being the oldest and most popular frequency…due to its longevity, it is the most overburdened frequency,…full of other people's wifi networks from nearby homes,…apartments, businesses, and sometimes even individuals…who have stood up ROG APs, which just means…someone has brought in their own wireless access point…and plugged it into your network without telling you.…
All of this mess is set up overlapping channels…in which the endless noise creates sometimes…insurmountable interference that even the best…wireless network equipment can not overcome.…Think about it like a dinner…with friends in a crowded restaurant.…You and your friends are sitting at a table talking…at a reasonable volume and you can hear…and understand each other perfectly well.…As the night goes on and the dining room…fills with people, the noise level rises.…
The people at adjacent tables have to speak…
- Getting funding for your classroom technology
- Setting up an Apple Education account
- Choosing an iPad model
- Enrolling in Apple programs
- Planning a Wi-Fi network
- Setting up mobile device management (MDM)
- Getting free and paid apps
- Configuring MDM profiles
- Exploring 1:1 deployment alternatives
Skill Level Intermediate
Learning Management Systems (LMS) Quick Startwith Aaron Quigley41m 38s Intermediate
1. Planning Your iPad Purchase
2. Getting with the Program
3. Planning and Executing Wi-Fi
4. Out of the Box iPad Management
5. Working with Mobile Device Management (MDM)
6. Alternatives to 1:1 Deployment
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