Wireless connectivity is a critical component of our everyday lives. We can’t see it, touch it or hear it. How do we know it will work for our devices and systems? Wireless propagation simulations map the unseen and unknown of the wireless world and enable us to visualize what wireless looks like. Maps help guide our understanding of where wireless will and won’t work for us. Learn how wireless propagation predictions and maps help people make critical decisions when building wireless networks that affect our wireless connectivity experience.
Jonathan Nowlin is a Radio Frequency Wireless Engineer with over 20 years of experience designing, optimizing and mapping wireless wide area networks like cellular and mesh. His geospatial representations of data guide network deployment, optimization efforts and critical business decisions. Jonathan is a modern-day wireless cartographer, mixing art, science and technology for visual communication.
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