Unformatted text preview: receipt using the common key. 5. RTS/CTS: These acronyms stand for “request to send” and “clear to send”, and allows the access point to control use of the medium for stations activating RTS/CTS. 6. Power Save Mode: This option can by turned on or off by the user and allows the NIC to conserve battery power when it isn’t in use. This feature is primarily used for laptops. 7. Fragmentation: This function enables an 802.11 station to divide data packets into smaller frames....
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- Fall '10
- Encryption, Wi-Fi, Wireless network, IEEE 802.11, Jason Murray ITNW