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29
Aug
2017

Glenn Hughes Debuts Classic Deep Purple Live

One of our clients, musician, Glenn Hughes, is all set for his live shows in Australia and New Zealand beginning mid-September through early October 2017, where he will debut his production, Classic Deep Purple Live.

Glenn Hughes - Classic Deep Purple Live

For the first time in 40 years Australia and New Zealand fans will witness Glenn HughesThe Voice of Rock and one of the finest musicians of his generation fronting a mighty handpicked band, as he revisits some of Deep Purple’s all-time greatest songs.

He played his last concert with Deep Purple on March 15, 1976, at Liverpool’s Empire Theatre. On that night, the UK bassist and vocalist walked away from one of history’s truly game-changing rock phenomena and never looked back – until now – GET READY!

September

20thState Theatre – Sydney, AUSTRALIA
24thPerth Concert Hall – Perth, AUSTRALIA
26thHorncastle Arena – Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND
27thMichael Fowler Centre – Wellington, NEW ZEALAND
29thHamer Hall – Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
30thCaloundra Music Festival – Kings Beach, Queensland, AUSTRALIA

October

1stQPAC Concert Hall – Brisbane, AUSTRALIA
3rdASB Theatre, Aotea Centre – Auckland, NEW ZEALAND

More info. @ www.classicdeeppurplelive.com

22
May
2017

macOS Wi-FI Tip

Did you know that you can quickly access information about your Router, and check if your Wi-Fi Network is performing well? See your BSSID, signal-to-noise ratio, and even the transmit rate between your Router and Computer. All it takes is a press of a button and a click of your trackpad/mouse.

If you hold down the Option (alt) key and click the Wi-Fi icon in the menu bar, it will provide you with details about your Router and the Network you’re using. The items in gray (except for “Wi-Fi: On”) are all pieces of additional information seen only in this mode.

IP Address: This is your computer’s IP address.

Router: Your router’s IP address. You can type this into your browser to access your router’s web interface.

Internet: This tells you if you are able to access the internet or not. If not, open Wireless Diagnostics.

Security: Your router’s security. Most Routers on the market offer WPA2 Personal, and it keeps your network encrypted.

BSSID: This is your Router’s MAC, or hardware address. It acts as an identifier for your Router that lets it talk to other network-connected devices.

Channel: This is your WLAN channel, and it determines which radio frequency the router uses to transmit information.

RSSI: Received Signal Strength Indicator measures how well a device “hears” a signal from the router. It’s useful for determining if you have enough signal to get a good wireless connection.

Noise: This measures how much radio noise is interfering with the RSSI signal. Signal-to-noise ratio is a measure used in science and engineering that compares the level of a desired signal to the level of background noise. It is defined as the ratio of signal power to the noise power, often expressed in decibels.

TX Rate: The transmit rate is the speed of the data that is transmitted between your Router and your Computer. Right now I have a speed of 450 Mbps.

PHY Mode: This is the wireless protocol that the Router uses, according to the IEEE 802.11 wireless standard.

MCS Index: This number corresponds to the protocols uses to encode the radio signal.

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