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Bluetooth wireless technology is named for Harald Bl tand (Bluetooth in English), a tenth-century Danish king Special Interest Group (SIG) representatives used Bluetooth as a code name for the budding technology, since the king had been instrumental in uniting warring factions in parts of what are now Norway, Sweden, and Denmark, and the technology promised to allow collaboration among different industries The name stuck This information does not appear on the CompTIA A+ certification exams, but it s a pretty common question, so now you can sound knowledgeable when some user asks you
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Cellular wireless networks enable you to connect to the Internet through a network-aware personal digital assistant (PDA) or cell phone Figure 149 shows a high-end cell phone with an Internet connection Using an add-on PC Card, you can connect any laptop to a cellular network as well Figure 1410 shows a Sprint cellular network card In areas with broad cell phone coverage, such as big cities, cellular wireless networks offer high-speed access (400 to 700 Kbps download speeds) anywhere you go Just fire up your device or portable and start surfing the Web In remote areas, the speed drops down to something closer to modem connection speeds Cellular networks use various protocols to connect, such as Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), and Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) These protocols are handled seamlessly by the software and hardware What the end user sees is TCP/IP, just as if he or she connected through a wired network About the only real downside to cellular wireless networks is the price The cell phone companies (notably Sprint and Cingular) are quite proud of their network service As the technology matures, competition among the cellular network providers should bring the price down to something affordable for many people At this point, though, it s usually much more cost-effective to go to a coffee shop or library and connect via Wi-Fi
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CHAPTER 14 Networks: Wireless Networking
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Configuring Wireless Networking
he mechanics of setting up a wireless network don t differ much from those for a wired network Physically installing a wireless network adapter is the same as installing a wired NIC, whether it s an internal PCI or PCIe card, a PC Card, or an external USB device Simply install the device and let Plug and Play handle detection and resource allocation Install the device s supplied driver when prompted, and you re practically done Unless you re using Windows XP, you also need to install the wireless network configuration utility supplied with your wireless network adapter, so that you can set your communication mode, SSID, and so on As mentioned, wireless devices want to talk to each other, so communicating with an available wireless network is usually a no-brainer The trick is to configure the wireless network so that only specific wireless nodes are able to use it and to secure the data that s being sent through the air
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Wi-Fi networks support both ad hoc and infrastructure operation modes Which mode you choose depends on the number of wireless nodes you need to support, the type of data sharing they ll perform, and your management requirements
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Ad Hoc Mode
As mentioned, ad hoc mode is best used for small offices, home offices, study groups, meetings, or any other type of workgroup environment where you don t need centralized control over the network Ad hoc wireless networks don t need an access point, so they are also somewhat cheaper to set up than infrastructure mode networks The only requirements in an ad hoc mode wireless network are that each wireless node be configured with the same SSID, and that no two nodes use the same IP address You may also have to select a common channel for all ad hoc nodes and ensure that the File and Printer Sharing service is running Figure 1411 shows a wireless network configuration utility with ad hoc mode selected
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