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Wireless Networks and Initiatives
An analysis of the rapid increase in the market for wireless networks.
# 60752 | 3,140 words | 15 sources | MLA | 2004 | US


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Description:

This paper discusses wireless network technologies, with a focus on the protocols, standards and operations of the various types. The paper examines personal area networks, as well as local, metropolitan and wide area networks. The advantages and disadvantages of wireless networks are explored in the paper. The paper also illustrates the importance of safety features in wireless networks.
Outline
Introduction
Wireless Network Technologies
Wireless Personal Area Networks
Wireless Local Area Network
Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks
Wireless Wide Area Networks
Wireless Networking Initiatives in Business
Advantages of Wireless Networks
Disadvantages of Wireless Networks
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"At present there are a range of protocols in use for wireless technology. Perhaps the most common is 802.11b. It is moderately cheap in using equipment 802.11b. The free 2.4 Ghz is the frequency range in which 802.11b wireless communication standard works. But there are many systems like cordless phones and baby monitors which obstruct the wireless traffic. For 802.11b communications, the maximum speed is 11 mbps. The new 802.11g standard is an improved version of 802.11b. Though it uses the same busy 2.4 Ghz shared by other common household wireless devices, 802.11g is competent of transmission speeds up to 54 mbps. The equipment intended for 802.11g communicates with 802.11b equipment, but combination of two standards is not suggested. (Quick Tip: Wireless Networking Protocols)"

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