LANs without wires

Strizich, Martha; Dougherty, Elizabeth
March 1994
Macworld;Mar94, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p138
Reports on the increasing usage of wireless options for local area networks (LAN) for Macintosh users. Advantages over infrared transmission; Digital Ocean's Grouper product line; InfraLAN's Ethernet version of its Cableless LAN system; Cooperative infrared device from Photonics Corporation; Schedule of product release; Pricing.


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