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Running head: THE WIRELESS NETWORK 1 The Wireless Network Helina P. Rolls Stratford University
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THE WIRELESS NETWORK 2 The Wireless Network Advanced technology has been developed and connected the world with Wireless network which is a computer network that connects network with a cordless network. Wireless network uses radio waves to connect to devices such as laptops or computers to the internet. I will describe the development of a wireless network. There is the history of wireless network, wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi) technology, wireless network security, and a wireless network layout. History of Wireless Network According to the Lynda website (2019) they presented the history of wireless networking in which the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) has control within the United States and oversee the kind of wireless networking in North America and established wireless frequencies that do not overlap one another and in which the wireless network is used in the military and commercial uses in the scientific industries and medical industries. ISM for short that have unlicensed or uncontrolled wavelength releases by FCC. The S band is between 2.4 and 2.5 gigahertz, and C band is 5.725 and 5.875 gigahertz which are uncontrolled wavelengths that means the manufacturers can create a radio transmitter and receiver and other devices. In 1977, 802.11 standard and addressed the 2.4 to 2.5 gigahertz range that started to use wireless for the computer. In 1999, the 802.11a has been created and increased to 5 gigahertz range which the computer manufactures avoid the interference by moving forward to another radio frequency. The bandwidth 54-megabit transfers speed per second for wireless.
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  • Fall '19
  • Local area network, Wi-Fi, Wireless network, Wireless access point

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