Bartlett, Tim
July 2012
Power & Motoryacht;Jul2012, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p40
The article focuses on the use of Wi-Fi networking in marine electronics. It states that Wi-Fi is more user-friendly than IEEE 802.11 for a group of highly technical standards, which were developed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers to describe communication among electronic devices over short distances. It says that the range of Wi-Fi varies on the receiver, transmitter or what is between them.


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