Wi-Fi Quick Guide 2008
Description from the publisher
WLAN/Wi-Fi technology quick guide covers all major WLAN/Wi-Fi technologies: Wi-Fi architecture, protocols and standards, worldwide frequency bands and channels, security problems and solutions. In this quick guide, a table and chart is included to compare the main characters of Wi-Fi with other wireless technologies. Also, a WLAN/Wi-Fi glossary and dictonary is included for your quick reference.
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