Answer all questions 1. Bluesnarfing 2. A Rogue Access Point 3. An Evil Twin 4. The signal may pass through the object or be absorbed by the object, or it may be subject to reflection, diffraction, or scattering. 5. Wireless networks have a high number of collisions in transmission so there has to be more overhead to account for the collisions. 6. A guest network 7. Ad Hoc WLAN - Nodes transmit directly to each other and use wireless NICs Infrastructure WLAN - Stations communicate with a wireless access point that must be strategically placed Mesh WLAN - has several access points and provides a more fault tolerant network to clients 8. 802.11a had started being worked on before 802.11b however, 802.11b was released first. 802.11a has a higher throughput due to the use of higher frequencies and more avaliable bandwith. The higher frequencies, unfortunately, require more power. 802.11a is less likely to have interference from microwaves or other wireless signals. 9. A unidirectional antenna sends a signal in a single direction while an omnidirectional antenna sends a signal of equal strength in all directions. 10. Fading is variation in signal strength. It is can cause dropped calls or slow transmissions.
- Spring '16
- Networking, Wi-Fi, Wireless network, Wireless access point, IEEE 802.11