When to use the channel bonding and when to avoid it  

September 13, 2017 | 12:00 - 12:45 pm EDT

September 13, 2017 | 12:00 – 12:45 pm EDT | Live Webinar with Q&A

When to use the channel bonding and when to avoid it            

Summary: Channel bonding is the use of more than one channel for data traffic in a WLAN.  IT can increase data rates dramatically but with some costs involved.  Knowing not only how to enable it but also when to enable it along with when not to enable it will assist you in providing a better user experience within your wireless networks.          


  • Introduction 
  • What is Channel Bonding?
  • Channel Bonding defined
  • The impact of its use in both bands
  • When to use Channel Bonding
  • When you should avoid using Channel Bonding
  • Next steps,  Q&A

Bryan Harkins

Training and Enablement Manager

Bryan Harkins is the Training and Enablement Manager for Ekahau.  He has vast experience in Wi-Fi design, deployment and troubleshooting as well as in IT education.  Bryan is a Certified Wireless Network Expert (CWNE) and member of the CWNE advisory board.  He is also on the board of advisors for 802Secure, a wireless security company. 

You may recognize him as the author of the Sybex CWSP study guide, or from one of his many speaking engagements around the world such as, Secure World Expo, IP Expo, the Signal Corp IT Symposium or Wi-Fi Trek.  Bryan has designed wireless networks and security for many Fortune 100 companies, governments, banks and even for submarines.