Nick Face

My name is Nick Turner

I have had a wide and wandering career path to date, ranging from Theatre Stage Technician, Film crew, Silviculture industry including reforestation (I have worked as a Tree Planter) in British Columbia, mountain pine beetle surveying in Alberta and forest fire fighting in BC. During my last year spent in Canada I worked for a WISP in the North of BC, where I would go to work on a quad bike or a snowmobile depending on the season, climbing communication towers surrounded by beautiful British Columbia wilderness, primarily dealing with point to point and point to multipoint radio links. It was there that the radio communications ball began rolling, along with the CWNP certification program.

I have spent 3 years working in the UK specialising in WLAN design and gradually working towards becoming a Wireless Networking Professional.

More recently in my quest for Great Wi-Fi Design I have joined the team who are responsible for Great Wi-Fi Design Tools @Ekahau.

When I am not playing with WiFi I enjoy being outside and doing outdoor things, Paddleboarding has become my thing, allowing me to catch small waves in the ocean and go adventuring on rivers in the English countryside.

@nickjvturner

2 thoughts on “show Nick Turner brief

  1. Hello Nick, my name is Ralf Heil and I am working in intec (www.argus.info) selling test equipment for all kind of customer interfaces. Our units are also used by BT e.g. for ISDN and many installers and smaller operators in UK also use Argus xDSL testers etc. We also support WiFi by means of USB sticks and we are now going more into this and thus one interesting point – for me – is spectrum analysis. We do spectrum analysis for xDSL up to 30 MHz in our testers and so I read your papers and saw your video and want to get some experience in this topic by own hands-on trials….and so I looked for a simple and affordable solution. We have here a hand-held Agilent analyser up to 8-9 GHz (?) and in the past I played with Realtek based DVB-T USB sticks that can work as analyser etc.
    Currently I try to find out to what extend WiFi chip sets might give “spectral information” beyond what standard apps can do…but chip vendors are not easy.

    Ok, back to reason for contacting you: I bought (on ebay) a Cisco Clean Air AP (3502) but when I now try to get the Cisco spectrum expert software I always end on the Cisco page saying there is no software currently available for download…. Do you have an idea, where to find the package? Do you have a copy to share? I also got into contact with Jennifer Huber who has a lot of spectrum analysis stuff on Youtube since I thought she is working for Cisco. We would be interested using the Cisco ( Cognio) SAgE ASIC in the Cisco AP. that is the spectrum analyser hardware, in our future units but her Cisco contacts are – of course – not interested..

    So far for now…would be interested in discussing the needs of basic technicians for WiFi trouble-shooting and will come back to that later ….in case you are interested …but today I try to find this Cisco Spectrum Expert software

    Kind regards

    Ralf

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