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Networking Hardware, later in this chapter, goes into more detail about the Ethernet hardware standards and the options that are available to connect Ethernet networks NOTE With higher speeds the number of collisions does increase somewhat, but the speed at which they are corrected more than compensates for this, providing a significant speed increase at each step
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Wireless networking technologies cover a broad spectrum of networking capabilities without wires, including: Broadband wireless topologies used in WANs and metropolitan area networks (MANs) Cellular wireless networking Microwave communications used in WANs Satellite communications systems Wireless LANs
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Broadband wireless and microwave are used between buildings to connect LANs, are fairly expensive, and generally are used only by large organizations MANs (metropolitan area networks) are becoming more common in many communities and provide wireless networking in a multiblock area Satellite communications are relatively expensive, slower, and are principally used in rural areas, on the ocean, and in airplanes Cellular systems are becoming widely used in cities, office complexes, and large buildings For some time, cellular networking was very slow, beginning at 16 Kbps (kilobits per second) to 64 Kbps, with more recent offerings at 144 Kbps Currently a number of carriers including Verizon, Sprint, AT&T/Cingular, and T-Mobile are offering what is called third-generation (3G) technology with data rates of up to 24 Mbps (megabits per second) Wireless LANs or WLANs have become well implemented, widely available, and reasonably priced They are based on three current and one emerging standard: IEEE 80211b uses the 24GHz band, provides data transfer of up to 11 Mbps, uses complementary code keying (CCK) encoding, and was the original widely used wireless standard IEEE 80211g uses the 24GHz band, provides data transfer of up to 54 Mbps, uses the more efficient orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM), and is now the most widely used wireless standard Most IEEE 80211g access points and adapters can also work with IEEE 80211b access points and adapters IEEE 80211a uses the 5GHz band, provides data transfer of up to 54 Mbps, uses orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM), but has seen little adoption because it requires unique hardware and has less range than the 24GHz 80211b or 80211g
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IEEE 80211n was in its second draft as a standard in mid-2007 with up to two years before the final standard would be approved The draft standard calls for using either the 24GHz or 5GHz band with data rates in excess of 100 Mbps and as high as 300 Mbps using multiple input multiple output (MIMO) technology to handle multiple data streams through two to four antennas each for transmitting and receiving Some pre-n equipment is on the market but is not recommended until the standard is approved and the equipment is certified to follow it The one exception to the last statement is if you have a closed organization where you can control all the equipment and do not expect visitors
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A WLAN uses a fixed access point that is connected to the wired network through, for instance, a hub, a switch, or a DSL router This access point is a transceiver (transmitter and receiver) to communicate wirelessly with a card or wireless circuit that is added to each computer wishing to use the WLAN (see Figure 5-4) These computers operate on the network in exactly the same way as they would with a network adapter and a cable connection There are some significant benefits to a WLAN over a normal wired LAN:
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Photos courtesy of Linksys , a division of Cisco Systems, Inc, used with permission, http://wwwlinksyscom
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Figure 5-4 A selection of Linksys 54 Mbps Wireless LAN products, including the Wireless-G Access
Point, Wireless-G PCI Adapter for desktops, Wireless-G Notebook Adapter, and the Wireless Compact USB Adapter for either desktops or laptops*
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