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Need For a Wireless Network
oday most of us
have devices such
as a desktop, a
laptop, PDA or a
cell phone. he
data are often
Scattered between
these devices &
we require these
data¶s most of the
time.
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Wireless networks have significantly
impacted the world as far back as
World War . With the use of
wireless networks, information
could be sent overseas or behind
enemy lines easily and quickly and
was more reliable.
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 Ôellular phones are part of huge wireless network
systems.
 Sending information over seas is only possible
through wireless network systems using satellites.
 Emergency services such as the police
department utilize wireless networks to
communicate important information quickly.
 People and businesses use wireless networks to
send and share data quickly whether it be in a
small office building or across the world.
PES F W ELESS NEWS
 Wireless LAN
 Global system for Mobile Ôommunication
(GSM)
 Personal Ôommunications Service (PÔS)
 Fixed Wireless Data
 Wi-Fi
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ther Ôomparable echnologies
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—PNA is Phone Line Networking. —PNA
allows you to transmit data over normal
phone lines at the same time you use that
phone for voice calls and DSL.

—PNA v2.0 runs at 10Mbps over a


standard phone line. V3.0 is coming soon
and delivers 100Mbps. f you currently
have a lot of phone lines running through
your facility this may be an option to
consider.
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Wi-Fi is a certification of
interoperability for EEE 802.11b
systems awarded by the Ô  
  A Wi-Fi seal indicates that a
device has passed through
independent tests and can be safely
interoperated with all other certified
devices.
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nternet Source:
www.wikipedia.org
www.howstuffworks.com
www.esnips.com

Book source:
Digit¶s FAS AÔ  W ELESS
NEWS
May 2005
By Sachin albag & Aliasgar Pardawala

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