Wireless LANs Enter The Classroom

Mendez-Wilson, Deborah
February 2001
Wireless Week;02/19/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p18
Trade Publication
Offers a look at the wireless Web-enabled classroom of Texas Instruments Navigator at the Franklin Heights High School in Columbus, Ohio. Design of the classroom; Benefit offered by the wireless local area network of Texas.


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