Data Communications for exam 2

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  8/15/11 Chapter 6 Data Communications
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 8/15/11 Objectives Understand how wireless telecommunications  works. Be aware of benefits and drawbacks of  telecommunications technology.
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 8/15/11 Benefits of Wireless  Easy Setup Scale ability Inexpensive Unobstrusive Flexibility Productivity Ø RFID  New Capabilities
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 8/15/11 How Wifi Works Wireless router  receives signal
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 8/15/11 Wireless Router Wireless Access Point Hub Port to connect Ethernet, DSL, Cable or  Dial-up modem
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 8/15/11 Securing Your Wireless  Network Name of Network WPA Broadcasting MAC Address Filtering
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 8/15/11 Wireless Surfing Computer.howstuffworks.com Wireless Internet Security
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 8/15/11 WiMax Benefits over WiFi
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Unformatted text preview: greater speed longer distance more users 8/15/11 WiMax Example Ironman Triatholon 8/15/11 Perpetual Connectivity The default mode is on and you have to take action to get off. 8/15/11 Discussion Questions How is perpetual connectivity useful? What is the cost of perpetual connectivity? 8/15/11 OFF Button Do you have the ability to be offline? Do you have the desire to be offline? What would happen if you turned off your cell phone for 24 hours? What would you gain? What would you lose? 8/15/11 Want to Know More? ACIS 4554 Networks & Telecommunications in Business...
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