Updated 23 days ago
7600 E. Arapahoe Rd., Suite 320 Centennial, CO 80112
In late 1999, the IEEE established a standard for high-speed wireless Local Area Networks. The 802.11(b) standard provides speeds up to 11 Mbps and uses license-free microwave frequencies in the 2.4 GHz range. However, this "standard" actually includes THREE different ways to deliver a wireless signal. One method uses a Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum technique, referred to as DSSS, and another method uses a Frequency Hoping Spread Spectrum technique, known as FHSS. The third method uses infrared frequencies and is not widely applicable. In addition to these "standard" wireless systems, some manufacturers have produced their own proprietary systems that do not conform to any standard...
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