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- 802.11g . . . 7 matches
- ...e.org/getieee802/download/802.11g-2003.pdf|IEEE 802.11g]] standard is an evolution of 802.11b however it will work at 22Mb and has some new modulations as well.
See also: [[802.1...
- MeetingJanuary2003 . . . 2 matches
- ...ode, more interesting things can happen not relying on the internet for content
* [[802.11b]] can't talk to another ap, we're stuck with 802.11b
* we wanted an upgradeable con...
- WhatIsFreedom . . . 1 match
- ...wired internet). However given that wireless, especially LineOfSite protocols like [[802.11b]], is inherently geograhpicly based I think that using lat/long as part of the metric...
- WEP . . . 1 match
- ...rivacy, a security protocol for wireless local area networks (WLANs) defined in the [[802.11b]] standard. WEP is designed to provide the same level of security as that of a wired ...
- Prism2Card . . . 1 match
Intersil sells the Prism2.x/3 chipset to wireless card manufacturers and for [[802.11b]] wireless gear the Prism2 chipset is pretty much the standard. A long time ago both Airone...
- FHSS . . . 1 match
- ...d predictably) hops between them (every 224 microseconds?). [[802.11]] requires the implementation of FHSS, but [[802.11b]] abandons it in favor of [[802.11]].
- ESSID . . . 1 match
- ...'''Extended Service Set ID'''
The ESSID is the identifying name of an [[802.11b]] wireless network. By specifying the ESSID in your client setup is how you make sure that you co...
- DirectSequenceSpreadSpectrum . . . 1 match
- ...ut signal across a frequency band pseudo-randomly using a predefined ChippingCode. [[802.11b]] uses this technique.
This page gives a pretty good explanation that is a little mo...
- CategoryGlossary . . . 1 match
- ...This is a listing of all of the miscellaneous terms that get defined in the wiki.
Here is a list of all the pages which belong to this category.
- BssMode . . . 1 match
- ...BSS (Basic Service Set) Mode, also known as InfrastructureMode, is where [[802.11b]] wireless clients talk to each other via an AccessPoint. This is as opposed to AdHocMode where...
- AdHocMode . . . 1 match
- ...In wireless (specifically [[802.11b]]) an ad-hoc network is where all the wireless clients talk directly to each other. This is as opposed to BssMode (or InfrastructureMode) wher...
- 802.11a . . . 1 match
- ...metropolitan area deployments due to
See also: ChannelFrequencyChart, [[802.11b]], [[802.11g]], AccessPointReviews
A recent posting by JimThompson to the PersonalTe...
- 802.11 . . . 1 match
- ...11.html|specification]] for wireless ethernet which is what all of the [[802.11a]], [[802.11b]] and [[802.11g]] specifications are based on. 802.11 provides three PHY methods: [[F...
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