WLAN Systems and Wireless IP for Next Generation Communications
Neeli Prasad, Anand Prasad
Artech House, 2002 - Computers - 282 pages
The continuing growth of wireless networks is being driven by ease of installation, flexibility and mobility, offering gains in efficiency, accuracy and lower business costs. This fresh perspective from two experts in the field provides professionals with a practical approach to design implementation, evaluation and problem-solving, which underscores its uniqueness as a hands-on guide to next generation wireless communications systems.
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Wireless Networking and Internet Access Standards
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11 Mbps access point antenna applications Area Networks authentication back-off bandwidth beacon bits Bluetooth Broadband buffered bytes carrier channel configuration connection CSMA/CA data frame data rates defined delay spread devices distribution system DSSS encoded encryption Ethernet FHSS Figure frame frequency functions handover header HIPERLAN HIPERLAN/2 HomeRF hopping IAPP IEEE IETF indoor infrastructure interface interference Internet IP address ISM band Kbps MAC layer Mbps Medium Access Control messages mobile station mode modulation MPDU multipath OFDM operation packet parameters path loss Physical Layer point coordinator power management Prasad protocol queue radio receiver request residential gateway roaming router scan scheme sequence server signal slot specification standard subcarriers TDMA technologies threshold throughput topology traffic transmission transmit UMTS voice wired Wireless Communications Wireless LAN wireless network WLAN WLAN system