Wireless Network Notes

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Connecting Through a Wireless Network
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Objectives Short history of Wireless Networks Advantages of wireless Networks Wireless Networking Technologies: Radio wave technologies Infrared technologies Terrestrial and Satellite Microwave technologies
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Why Wireless? Q: Why Wireless? A: Because of cable-based network drawbacks: Cord management Cost of installing the cable
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Short History of Wireless Networks Packet radio: early PC networking over radio waves Developed by amateur (ham) radio operators Built around TNC (terminal node controller) Wireless standards develop in parallel with ham radio IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) IETF (International Engineering Task Force) ISO (International Organization for Standardization)
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Through WLANA Time Required: 10 minutes Objective: Learn about the wireless information and resources available through the Wireless LAN Association (WLANA). Description: V
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