Domain: wi-fiplanet.com

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How to: Add a Mac to your Windows Network (Part I)
Jun 5, 2008 ... If you've been tempted by the MacBook Air, but are afraid your existing Windows network will shun the newcomer, it's time to bury the ...
2.
Existing Wi-Fi Has Potential Packet Loss Issue
Nov 9, 2006 ... Vendors think the negligible performance hit is written off by low expectations for WLANs, and that 802.11n is the fix.
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How to: Add a Mac to your Windows Network (Part I)
Jun 5, 2008 ... If you've been tempted by the MacBook Air, but are afraid your existing Windows network will shun the newcomer, it's time to bury the ...
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New Wi-Fi Distance Record Set
Aug 23, 2007 ... "But with the Ubiquiti Networks XR5, this was made simple, without the need for additional devices. It saved us a lot of time, expense, ...
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Planet Halo Covers the Waterfront
Jul 11, 2007 ... The startup is using mesh to unwire boaters in Marina Del Rey, and hopes to expand services soon.
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802.11 MAC Layer Defined
Often viewed as the "brains" of the network, the 802.11 MAC Layer uses an 802.11 ... (carrier sense multiple access with collision avoidance) protocol. ...
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Planet Halo Covers the Waterfront
Jul 11, 2007 ... The startup is using mesh to unwire boaters in Marina Del Rey, and hopes to expand services soon.
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Palm TX
Oct 25, 2005 ... The mid-range TX is the lowest priced Palm handheld to ever integrate Wi-Fi ... The TX doesn't have a built-in camera, as the Zire 72 does, ...
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A Warm Welcome to WPA2
Sep 2, 2004 ... The Wi-Fi Alliance has announced the first certified products tested to support full 802.11i-based security, complete with AES support.
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The Phone Line Wi-Fi Extender
Dec 2, 2005 ... SercoNet believes its technology, which uses existing telephone wiring, will rid your house of wireless dead spots.
 
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