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The speeds of wired networking technologies have increased over the past two decades to the point that having gigabits of bandwidth is not unusual Wireless LANs still have a long way to go to catch up to the speed of wired LANs; however, they provide an exceptional advantage in mobility Can you imagine moving around your facility and plugging a cable into a port every time you need to access the network This would be both frustrating and time consuming There are many scenarios in which the mobility provided by wireless networking is advantageous In the world of healthcare, wireless abilities provide tremendous opportunities A nurse can report on a patient s condition from his or her room to a centralized database without having to physically connect to the network A doctor can prescribe medicines and send the hospital pharmacy instant notification of that prescription These capabilities not only improve efficiency, but they also improve the healthcare provided by the hospital Imagine being able to enter items into inventory from any location in a warehouse facility Of equal importance, you can make provisions to remove items from inventory in an automated fashion such that no human need be involved
Wireless mobility in an inventorymanagement scenario
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These advancements allow for reduced costs and greater accuracy in inventory management Figure 1-2 demonstrates the benefit of wireless mobility in an inventory-management scenario Have you ever been in a meeting and wished you could connect to the network and retrieve that file you forgot to bring along With a wireless network, you can move your laptop from your office to a conference room no cables needed You can roam throughout the building with full network capabilities from any location, assuming proper wireless coverage has been provided These are just a few of the many mobility benefits introduced with wireless networking
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