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This title aims to help you break free with the wireless networking capabilities of 802.11. This comprehensive and well-written guide provides hardware advice, radio frequency...Read more

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This title aims to help you break free with the wireless networking capabilities of 802.11. This comprehensive and well-written guide provides hardware advice, radio frequency fundamentals, performance tips, architecture requirements, and more. It also provides clarity on connectivity issues for laptop computers, personal digital assistants (PDAs), and peripherals.

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Author(s)Neil P. Reid, Ron Seide
PublisherMcGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Date of Publication01/12/2002
LanguageEnglish
FormatPaperback
ISBN-100072226234
ISBN-139780072226232
SubjectComputing: Professional & Programming
Series TitleOsborne Networking S.

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Place of PublicationNew York
Country of PublicationUnited States
ImprintMcGraw-Hill Inc.,US
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Dimensions
Weight666 g
Width190 mm
Height235 mm
Spine20 mm

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Format DetailsTrade paperback (US)

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Table Of ContentsPart I: Moving from Wired to Wireless Networks 1: A Brief History of Wireless LANs 2: A Summary of Common WLAN Standards 3: Understanding Radio Frequency Fundamentals 4: The RF Physical Layer Part II: Designing Your Enterprise Wireless LAN 5: Performance, Architechtural, and Interoperability Considerations 6: 802.11a and 802.11g: High Performance Wireless LAN Standards 7: Understanding the Regulatory Environment Part III: WLAN Equipment and Component Selection 8: Selecting the Right Wireless LAN Equipment Components Part IV: Integrating WLAN into Your Network Infrastructure 9: Wireless LANs in the Enterprise 10: Wireless LANs in Small, Branch, and Home Offices 11: Wi-Fi Security Best Practices 12: QoS in Wireless LANs Part V: 802.11 and the Last Mile 13: Hotspots: Public Access of Wireless LANs 14: 802.11 In the Service Provider Market A: Audio, Video, Voice, and Data to a PDA over 802.11 at a Nuclear Power Plant B: Glossary
Author BiographyNeil Reid is a Solutions Engineer for 802.11 and fixed wireless systems at Cisco Systems. He has worldwide responsibilities for Systems Engineers engaged in network solutions that use various types of wireless technologies for Cisco Systems, Inc. He is an expert in wireless hardware and software including 802.11, 3.5 GHz ETSI radios, MMDS, LMDS Millimeter wave radios and UNII broadband fixed wireless systems, optical and storage networks and general enterprise and service provider internals. Neil released Broadband Fixed Wireless Networks, (Osborne/McGraw-Hill) in December 2001. Ron Seide is the Product Line Manager in Cisco System's Wireless Networking Business Unit. Ron brings to this project a unique perspective on the wireless LAN industry. At Cisco Systems, his job entails daily contact with Fortune 50 commercial enterprises, government institutions and universities who are in various stages of their wireless LAN deployment. He works regularly with technology resellers, consultants and other intermediate entities. Ron has first hand knowledge of the issues faced by these individuals, their concerns and their areas of interest.

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