Moving wireless LANs into fast lane

Langley, John
February 1999
Network World;02/08/99, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p31
Trade Publication
Discusses the capabilities of the 100BaseRadio wireless Ethernet technology. Use of Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure frequency bands; Frequencies of the multiple channels; Ethernet capacity allocated; Support for the IEEE 802.3, Ethernet and 802.1d standards.


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