Wi-Fi Handbook - Building 802.11b Wireless Networks - McGraw-Hill

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Wi-Fi Handbook - Building 802.11b Wireless Networks - McGraw-Hill

Wi-Fi Handbook - Building 802.11b Wireless Networks by Frank Ohrtman and Konrad Roeder - McGraw-Hill
Wi-Fi Handbook - Building 802.11b Wireless Networks | ISBN: 0-07-141251-4 | 2003 Year
CHM | 9.52 MB | 363 Pages |

Detailing the design and deployment of 802.11b networks in every flavor and size, this working handbook delivers the hands-on expertise you need—complete with illustrative case studies. From one-cell home systems to global provider networks, Wi-Fi Handbook provides the A-Z facts, details, tips, and strategies you need to handle the job.

Wi-Fi In The Real World: This comprehensive Wi-Fi Handbook covers all current technologies, not just a single solution. You’ll find it invaluable for:
  • Scaling up W-Fi networks
  • Solving vexing problems in regulatory, security, and economic areas
  • Comparing case studies to find solutions for specific regulations

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This comprehensive Wi-Fi Handbook covers all current technologies, not just a single solution. You’ll find it invaluable for:
  • Basic Wi-Fi architecture, from client cards and access points on up
  • Technical issues, from RF to WEP
  • Wi-Fi deployments in large buildings, campuses, and public spaces
  • 802.11b networks in healthcare settings, industry, and military installations
  • Upside and downside—both benefits and drawbacks
  • Wi-Fi and 3G applications
  • Fallacy of line-of-sight limitations
  • Great QoS, bandwidth, and security
  • Wi-Fi’s future
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