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Wireless networking technologies

An abstract for


CATEGORY: Information Technology

DOMAIN: Thesis & Research

With Best Regards:

Ajay Kumar Arabinda Biswal

E06BIT1002 E07BITL002

Final yr I.T, Sec-A Final yr I.T, Sec-A

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The project deals with the WIRELESS NETWORK. A wireless
network is a data transmission system designed to provide location
independent network access between computing devices by using
radio waves rather than a cable topology. In the corporate enterprise,
wireless networks are usually implemented as the final link between
the existing wired network and a group of client computers, giving
these users wireless access to the full resources and services of the
corporate network across a building or campus.

The Advantage of Going Wireless :

Today’s business environment is characterized by an

increasingly mobile workforce and flatter organizations. Employees
are equipped with notebook computers and spend more of their time
working in teams that cross functional, organizational, and
geographic boundaries. Much of these workers’ productivity occurs
in meetings and away from their desks. Users need access to the
network far beyond their personal desktops. WLANs fit well in this
work environment, giving mobile workers much-needed freedom in
their network access. With a wireless network, workers can access
information from anywhere in the corporation, a conference room or
from the cafeteria.
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The study describes the various issues, technologie’s , future of
WIRELESS NETWORKS in various parts.

Part I :

Wireless Network Architecture - introduces the logical and

physical architecture of wireless networks. The 7 layers of the OSI
network model provide the framework for describing the protocols
and technologies that constitute the logical architecture, while
wireless network topologies and hardware devices are the focus of
the discussion of the physical architecture.

Part II :

Wireless Communication -the basics of wireless communication

are described.

Part III :

Implementation issues of various wireless technologies,

• Wireless LAN Implementation

• Wireless PAN Implementation

• Wireless MAN Implementation

Part IV :

• Adhoc Networks.
• zigbee
Part V :

Comparison with other existing technologies.

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Part VI :


Part VII :

Conclusion .