Borgerson, Bruce
August 2004
Mix;Aug2004, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p80
Focuses on the capabilities of WiFi wireless devices and Bluetooth technology. Efficacy range of WiFi devices; Comparison between Bluetooth and WiFi; Remote system control of WiFi.


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