Month: March 2019
WiFi 6 (802.11ax) the new game changer
WiFi technology has advanced over the years giving us faster speeds to our devices. The issue all WiFi revisions have is the fact that the AP (access point) can only talk to one device at a time no matter how small that data request may be and other devices on the same network still have to wait for a send receive request.
The next generation WiFi revision breaks this rule and blows WiFi into another level. With 802.11ax, we will be able to send multiple requests at the same time to multiple devices, making our devices no longer having to wait it’s turn of send receive requests on the network and perform faster and more efficiently.
Take a look at the below YouTube video and it’ll explain not only what I’ve mentioned in more detail (and better) but other exciting changes coming our way with WiFi 6
Will Arsenal make fools out of Newcastle in April?
Monday night football at the beginning of April brings Arsenal v Newcastle. With an 8pm kick off that’s live on sky sports from the Emerates stadium, I personally can’t see us getting anything from this game.
We’ve had a OK run lately with a win at home against Everton in a truly magnificent turnaround of a game and a lucky draw at home against Bournemouth due to shoddy referee decisions but feel we are going to be torn a new one on Monday.
I hope I’m wrong and we come out of this match with a draw or even better a win but if I’m honest we will get done over by at least 3 goals. In fact, I’m putting that bet on, 3-0 to Arsenal
Pick that out Pickford!
Well I’m going to be perfectly honest here, I wasn’t expecting anything from this game against Everton.
First half was very predictable with Everton taking the lead in the 18th minute and later extending the lead to 0-2 in the 32nd. The first half ended 0-2 and I felt the second half was just going to be as poor. How wrong was I!
All I can say is Rafa must have gave the team a huge grilling during the break and things changed in the team’s performance second half and they actually turned up.
Rondon reduced the defecit to 1-2 early in the second half which gave Newcastle hope and they started piling the pressure on Everton. The tactics paid off and Perez equalised with a fine goal late into the second half.
That wasn’t the end of it tho, Newcastle were now up for the challenge and now believed they can go on and win the game. Perez shortly after scored the third and Everton were now deflated and desperate.
Newcastle dug in deep after this point and the game ended as a tremendous victory to Newcastle of 3-2.
What a turnaround this game was and is another 3 points in the journey to secure next season in the premiership.
Well done lads!!!!!