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Wireless LANs

 
Wireless LANs

Author: Jim Geier
Web Price: $40 US
Publisher: MTP
ISBN: 1578700817
Publication Date: 11/13/98
Pages: 432

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Wireless LANs: covers how and why to migrate from proprietary solutions to the 802.11 standard; explains how to realize significant cost savings through wireless LAN implementation for data collection systems; covers how to counteract common problems such as radio frequency interference; and discusses the details of upgrading from existing 902 MHz to 2.4 GHz network.

 

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Introduction

  

 

 

Wireless Networks--AFirst Look

  

1. -

 

Introduction to Wireless Networks

  

2. -

 

Wireless Network Configurations

  

3. -

 

Overview of the IEEE 802.11 Standard

  

 

 

Inside IEEE 802.11

  

4. -

 

Medium Access Control (MAC) Layer

  

5. -

 

Physical (PHY) Layer

  

 

 

Deploying Wireless LANs

  

6. -

 

Wireless System Integration

  

7. -

 

Planning a Wireless LAN

  

8. -

 

Implementing a Wireless LAN

  

 

 

Appendices

  

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Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC)

  

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