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802.11b vs. Bluetooth
 
The match is on! Which technology will come out on top, or will the points be shared? In this article we’ll take a look at 802.11b as opposed to Bluetooth. I’ll give you a background and point out the advantages and disadvantages of each so that you can make a decision for yourself. Once you have read this article you should have a general understanding of which would most suit your wireless networking needs.
Added: 04/22/2005, Hits: 857, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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802.11x Wireless Networking Security
 
Covers 802.11x, WEP, WAP, WTLS, site surveys, vulnerabilities, security measures and various related wireless security technologies.
Added: 03/24/2004, Hits: 854, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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About WiMax Technology
 
WiMax is an amazing technology that can be used to transfer data over long distances. It can be used to set up a fixed networking system as well as can be used for high speed net surfing via mobile phone and WiMax devices. This article aims to help you understand how to use WiMax technology.
Added: 05/31/2009, Hits: 581, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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About Wireless Networks
 
Shockwave interactions and other resources to explore wireless networking. Includes a crossword puzzle, demonstrations for setting up a wireless LAN, and an overview of the different types of wireless networks.
Added: 01/17/2001, Hits: 765, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Ad Hoc Networks
 
The ad hoc wireless network is basically a decentralized form of a wireless network. The network is not dependent upon the common wireless infrastructure which includes routers and access points that is why it is an ad hoc network.
Added: 05/25/2010, Hits: 519, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Adding a Preferred Airport Network
 
by adding a preferred network to your list by using an airport card you can connect to the net faster. This article will show you how
Added: 06/02/2009, Hits: 521, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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An Introduction to Wireless Networking (Part 1)
 
This article will act as the first of a two part series on wireless networking. In part one we will look at the basics and get a general overview of what wireless networking involves.
Added: 06/24/2004, Hits: 1,003, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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An Introduction to Wireless Networking (Part 2)
 
Welcome to the second of a two part series on wireless networking. In this section we will look at the what and how to of setting up a wireless network, as well as what Windows 2003 has to offer in this sector.
Added: 06/24/2004, Hits: 804, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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An Overview of Wireless Network Security
 
In this article I will point out what sort of threats there are, give you some considerations when planning for the implementation of network security, and also a list of tips that will help to strengthen the security of your network.
Added: 08/05/2005, Hits: 729, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Bluetooth Tutorial
 
A comprehensive description of the Bluetooth wireless networking technology. Includes information on Architecture, Protocols, Establishing Connections, Security and Comparision with other technologies.
Added: 02/19/2005, Hits: 745, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Bluetooth: Is it a Security Threat?
 
I’ve received a lot of questions from readers recently about security issues related to different types of wireless technology. 802.11 (wi-fi) security has been covered in detail in this and other forums, but you don’t see nearly so much discussion of Bluetooth security. Bluetooth is becoming more and more popular, and it’s time to examine its security implications. Is it secure? Can it be made secure? What are particular security concerns? We’ll take a look at those questions in this article.
Added: 08/12/2005, Hits: 780, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Configuration of a Wireless Network
 
By using a wireless network it is easy to share an internet connection, files, and printers between two or more computers. With the right equipment it is easy to setup under an hour. This article will show you how.
Added: 06/02/2009, Hits: 559, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Converting Your Printer to Wireless
 
This article will help you to understand how you can make your printer wireless.
Added: 06/02/2009, Hits: 487, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Diagnosing Wireless Issues with inSSIDer and other tools
 
Various ways and tools to diagnose Windows Wireless networking issues including the free inSSIDer.
Added: 11/05/2010, Hits: 432, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Ending the 802.11 Network Card Power Drain
 
802.11 network cards are notorious for draining a laptop's battery power quickly. However, you can minimize this power drain by utilizing a power-save mode, which basically puts the network card to sleep, only periodically checking for network activity.
Added: 09/24/2002, Hits: 525, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Establishing A Wireless Network For Extended Performance
 
This article will show you how to stabilize your networks performance
Added: 06/02/2009, Hits: 488, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Extend Your Wireless Network's Signal
 
In this article the author discusses options on how to increase a wireless network’s coverage
Added: 05/08/2015, Hits: 173, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Finding out if Your Wi-Fi is Being Stolen
 
You obviously do not want to go through the process of installing and paying for the wireless network if some intruder is going to use it without your consent. And it slows down your performance.
Added: 06/12/2009, Hits: 495, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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GPRS Tutorial - what is GPRS?
 
This GPRS tutorial explains how GPRS devices can communicate over the GPRS network and explains how remote acess to GPRS devices can be achieved using the Internet. This GPRS tutorial is predominantly written for emerging Machine-to-Machine (M2M) telemetry applications enabling remote machines to utilise the GPRS network.
Added: 04/13/2005, Hits: 672, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Have Wireless Networks Surpassed the Security of Wired Networks?
 
Wireless networks have long been known for being insecure. However, there has been so much emphasis on wireless network security, that in some ways, wireless network security is now better than the security used for wired networks. In this article, I will explain why this is the case and how to apply some of the wireless security techniques to your wired network.
Added: 03/24/2005, Hits: 480, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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