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  • Antennas, power, and sectorization

    There are two main types of antennas used in the wireless industry. This chapter from Wireless Crash Course, Second Edition describes omnidirectional and directional antennas.  Continue Reading

  • Installing and configuring access points

    The largest hurdle toward getting your wireless LAN (WLAN) up and running is the configuration of your access points (APs) and wireless clients. Chapter 5 of Cisco 802.11 Wireless Networking Quick Reference by Toby Velte and Anthony Velte ...  Continue Reading

  • Setting up a wireless connection

    Access to the Internet is easier than ever thanks to wireless networks. XP's latest Service Pack has had a noticeable impact on the configuration and management of wireless connections. This chapter deals with wireless technologies, but also more ...  Continue Reading

  • An RFID strategy, chapter 7

    An RFID strategy provides a roadmap to use the technology aligned with an enterprise's strategic vision and goals. This chapter gives examples of how a business that strives to be a model of efficiency could use RFID to streamline its operations.  Continue Reading

  • Beyond RFID, A new era of wireless sensors

    The wireless industry needs common standards to assure that businesses can share the data generated by RFID tags and wireless sensors. Discover how some manufacturers are leading the way.  Continue Reading

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