An event is going to be conducted at my college soon. The students' union chose me and few of my friends to conduct some programs. We are planning something new to present to the audience. For that, the audience need to connect to a single network. But I don’t know whether our college network can handle all this. I discussed with my professors about our problem and one of them suggested about high-density Wi-Fi. This can help to create a single network and can connect more devices at same time. I searched online to rent that device and found Freeman (http://freemanav-ca.com/solutions/wifi/) which is near to my college. Has anyone tried the high-density Wi-Fi? Please share your experience using it. Waiting for your reply.
Thanks in advance.
Edited by DragonWarrior, 24 February 2017 - 07:15 AM.