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Seminar Report On Wireless Local Area Network

Seminar Report On Wireless Local Area Network

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Seminar Report On Wireless Local Area Network
Seminar Report On Wireless Local Area Network

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10/02/2013

 
PREPARED BY: - GUIDED BY: -
 
INDEX
1.
 
Introduction to WLAN 12.
 
Working principle of WLAN 13.
 
Configuration of WLAN 2Installation of WLAN 2Without Base station (Ad-hoc) 2With base Station (Infrastructure) 3Types of WLAN 4Peer-to-peer Connection 4LAN and remote computer 5Multiple Access point and extension point 5Directional Antenna 74.
 
Protocols 8Protocol Stack 8Physical Layer 9Frequency Hoping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) 9Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) 13Infrared Frequency 15Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (
 
OFDM) 17Data Link Layer 18Medium Access Control (MAC) sub layer 18Logical Link Control (LLC) sub layer 23Frame format of WLAN 245.
 
Service of WLAN 276.
 
Deployment of WLAN 287.
 
Security 308.
 
Application 339.
 
Advantage of WLAN 3410.
 
Disadvantage of WLAN 3411.
 
Conclusion 3512.
 
Bibliography 35
 
INTRODUCTION TO WLAN 
:-
 A wireless local area network (LAN) is a flexible data communicationssystem implemented as an extension to, or as an alternative for, a wired LAN. Usingradio frequency (RF) technology, wireless LANs transmit and receive data over the air,minimizing the need for wired connections. Thus, wireless LANs combine
 
dataconnectivity with user mobility.Wireless LANs have gained strong popularity in a number of verticalmarkets, including the health-care, retail, manufacturing, warehousing, and academia.These industries have profited from the productivity gains of using hand-held terminalsand notebook computers to transmit real-time information to centralized hosts forprocessing. Today wireless LANs are becoming more widely recognized as a general-purpose connectivity alternative for a broad range of business customers. BusinessResearch Group, a market research firm, predicts a six fold expansion of the worldwidewireless LAN market by the year 2000, reaching more than $2 billion in revenues.
WORKING OF WLAN 
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Wireless LANs use electromagnetic airwaves (radio or infrared) tocommunicate information from one point to another without relying on any physicalconnection. Radio waves are often referred to as radio carriers because they simplyperform the function of delivering energy to a remote receiver. The data beingtransmitted is superimposed on the radio carrier so that it can be accurately extracted atthe receiving end. This is generally referred to as modulation of the carrier by theinformation being transmitted. Once data is superimposed (modulated) onto the radiocarrier, the radio signal occupies more than a single frequency, since the frequency or bitrate of the modulating information adds to the carrier.Multiple radio carriers can exist in the same space at the same time withoutinterfering with each other if the radio waves are transmitted on different radiofrequencies. To extract data, a radio receiver tunes in one radio frequency while rejectingall other frequencies.In a typical wireless LAN configuration, a transmitter/receiver (transceiver)device, called an access point, connects to the wired network from a fixed location usingstandard cabling. At a minimum, the access point receives, buffers, and transmits databetween the wireless LAN and the wired network infrastructure. A single access pointcan support a small group of users and can function within a range of less than onehundred to several hundred feet. The access point (or the antenna attached to the accesspoint) is usually mounted high but may be mounted essentially anywhere that is practicalas long as the desired radio coverage is obtained.End users access the wireless LAN through wireless-LAN adapters,which are implemented as PC cards in notebook or palmtop computers, as cards indesktop computers, or integrated within hand-held computers. wireless LAN adapters

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