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Synonyms for network

Synonyms for network

an open fabric woven of strands that are interlaced and knotted at usually regular intervals

an interwoven or interrelated number of things


Synonyms for network

an interconnected system of things or people

(broadcasting) a communication system consisting of a group of broadcasting stations that all transmit the same programs

a system of intersecting lines or channels

(electronics) a system of interconnected electronic components or circuits

communicate with and within a group

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In this paper, we analyzed the throughput of non-saturated IEEE 802.11 considering the imperfect channel sensing, i.e., false alarm and missed-detection.
DCF [1] is the basic and mandatory MAC mechanism of legacy IEEE 802.11 WLANs that allows for automatic medium sharing between compatible physical layers through the use of CSMA/CA and a random backoff time following a busy medium condition.
Our work regarding wireless mesh networks and the 802.11 MAC was aimed at implementing a transmission power control mechanism with the following objectives: decrease the power consumption of communicating nodes; and increase the network capacity by spatial reuse (Botezatu & Dhaou, 2011).
The company also announced its new Toshiba Strata Wireless IP Telephone, Model WIPT 2000, an enterprise-class 802.11 wireless IP telephone.
"As wireless LAN deployment continues to increase worldwide, it is important to have strong global support for interoperability using the 802.11 standards, thus enhancing the user experience."
This technology often is also identified or referred to by its IEEE standard designation of 802.11. The 802.11 standard is actually a number of different specifications that operate at various speeds, frequency bands and distances.
Company's GX-1200 and GX-1500 rugged industrial computers include an enhanced 802.11 wireless Ethernet component and an integrated Bluetooth module.
-- Motorola leads the cable CPE market in 4Q03 with the lion's share of worldwide revenue; Ambit is second, followed by Terayon, Thomson, Toshiba, and Scientific Atlanta -- Worldwide cable IAD units increased 700% from 3Q03, and revenue increased 510% -- Worldwide cable router units with 802.11 grew 338% and revenue grew 307% from 3Q03
They also predict that by 2005, 50% of Fortune 1000 companies will have extensively deployed wireless LAN technology based on the latest 802.11 standards.
While the 802.11 standards are well-known for their capability to run WLANs and other broadband transmissions, other standards exist that perform distinct wireless functions.
Speaking to a group of top real estate and technology professionals at the forum held at the offices of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky & Popeo, Townsend noted that wireless technology, also know as Wi Fi or 802.11 b, 802.1la and 802.11g, which allows users to connect to the Internet without being tethered to a wired access point, is growing in use at coffee shops, hotels, airports and even delis.
The upgrade, which has been approved by the IEEE 802.11 Working Group, will allow for increased speed and accessibility.
802.11 Wireless Networks: The Definitive Guide (ISBN: 0-596-00183-5, $44.95), by Matthew S.
The study also uncovers specific deployment barriers for 802.11, MMDS (Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service), and LMDS (Local Multipoint Distribution Service) systems, as well as the reasons current users selected the technologies, their current satisfaction levels, and plans for future deployment.