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puting and communications Jim is particularly well qualified to introduce you to the world of Wi-Fi and draws on his experience in both the computer and communications fields as he explains this complex topic in simple, easy-to-understand terms I believe that you will find the following pages to be a well written, valuable source of information Andrew M Seybold Editor-in-Chief Forbes/Andrew Seybold s Wireless Outlook
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No book can be effective without information being shared by some, amplified by others, and absorbed by many This is my fourth work in 12 years meager by the standards of those who are able to churn thousands of pages each year for us to enjoy regardless a labor of enjoyment and enlightenment There are many to acknowledge as such an effort is conceived, created, implemented, and distributed Writing a book may be the easiest part Producing one that delivers useful information, looks good, and makes sense is the task of many people behind the scenes In this case there is no question where to start in acknowledging and appreciating those involved Judy my beloved acquisitions editor She got stuck with me and IRQ, DMA, & I/O back in 1995 and encouraged me through a lot of interesting work since that eventually led to the conception of this project I am forever grateful! Patty our typesetter on this project She makes my words look like a real book The production staff at McGraw-Hill I do not know you all by name or the work you do, but thank you very much for doing it! Tim Pozar RF engineering genius Years of experience and a balanced nature towards real world applications of RF and technology are rare assets Making human readable sense of the FCC rules is but one of his contributions to this field Thank you Tim! Andy Seybold can insight get any better If it s radio, Andy s done it If it s computing, Andy s done it To put them together and figure out the reasonable from the fantasy in economic or practical value is unique Thank you Andy for your inspiration and good words! BAWUG the Bay Area Wireless User Group I ve snooped and dropped a few little bombs on their mailing list and attended a couple
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of meetings, and must acknowledge that technology is truly driven by some very sharp, wary, and forward thinking people Some first-class contributing hardware and software vendors Sharon at HyperLink Technologies The folks in marketing and PR at LinkSys, Orinoco Wireless, Amphenol-Connex, Funk Software, WiMetrics, WildPackets, AirMagnet, and several others
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Wireless Essentials
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This book focuses on what is commonly known as 80211 and WiFi wireless networking technologies their implementation and problem-solving To set perspective, it briefly covers the wireless context, history, benefits, costs, and governmental issues related to the current state of wireless networking The term wireless is generic, and while it is typically synonymous with radio, it is not limited to radio Wireless can also be defined as ultrasonic (sound) or infrared (light) wave communication between two devices When wireless is used in the context of radio wave (the portion of known spectrum between sound and light waves) communications, dozens of issues come into play most of them regulatory and technical In terms of networking, wireless replaces the patch cables, patch panels, hubs, and network adapters or hard-wiring between a computer, printer, or similar device and another; or replaces larger scale common network equipment with a different style of network adapter essentially a data radio perhaps an additional external antenna and the airwaves Of course the connection between the data radio or wireless networking adapter and an antenna involves a wire but far less wire than dragging a cumbersome cable across the floor around your living room or a meeting room at the office, and much less than trying to get wired to a network connection a few miles away When you think of wireless networking, visions of connecting to the Internet, or a home or office network with your personal computer (PC) or personal digital assistant (PDA) as readily as using a cellular phone come to mind While desirable, this ideal situation is not as easily achievable or reliable as the creation and maintenance of subscriber-based cellular phone services backed by major corporations with billions of dollars and a recurring revenue stream Some of these complexities will become obvious as we delve into this chapter Wireless networking also brings up security issues your data are no longer safely tucked within the confines of a set of wires over which you have control because radio signals have few tangible or controllable boundaries It is this lack of tangible, controllable boundaries that makes wireless both attractive and complex in many ways
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