Here's a unique guide to implementing the most important types of wireless networks, offering a wide range of implementation solutions. Beginning with an authoritative, up-to-date introduction to wireless technology, the author discusses every aspect of implementing wireless networks for a variety of key applications including offices, field operations, retail, factory floor, a warehouse. For each application, Nemzow explains how to set up the basic wired network for wireless access a the software for each. This hands-on, practical guide is geared toward network managers who need to tie together, via networks, their various locations, or provide wireless services to mobile employees. It's also an ideal reference guide for consultants who must consult on a range of projects, a for professionals working for organizations based in older buildings, in which the cost of new cable is prohibitive.Developers may want to explore checkpoint and recover/resume techniques for some applications. ... The default configuration might apply only to the usera#39;s office, which is visited only once a week. ... One location may have an HP LaserJet, another a Canon Bubblejet, and the laptop always has a built-in fax modem as ananbsp;...
|Title||:||Implementing Wireless Networks|
|Author||:||Martin A. W. Nemzow|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Companies - 1995-01-01|