WLAN


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Synonyms for WLAN

a local area network that uses high frequency radio signals to transmit and receive data over distances of a few hundred feet

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The SyChip WLAN6065 WLAN card has been tested for interoperability with several convergent host products from leading PDA manufacturers such as Samsung, Dell, and Hewlett-Packard and is targeted for major wireless service providers.
Like the mobile market, the WLAN sector is poised for explosive growth.
Taiwanese WLAN Shipment Value and ASP, 1Q 2007 - 4Q 2009
To support the WLAN networking life cycle, Cisco, through its partner program, offers enterprise customers industry-leading network services and support.
TDC MOBILE DENMARK - KPN Hotspots - WLAN GMBH - T-MOBILE (AUSTRIA) - MEGABEAM - APTILO NETWORK - SWISSCOM EUROSPOT - ASIA HOTSPOT OPERATORS - CBCOM (CHINA) - CHINA MOBILE (CHINA) - CHINA NETCOM (CHINA) - China Netcom Hotspots - SMCC (SHANGHAI, CHINA) - NTT-C (JAPAN) - NTT DOCOMO COMMUNICATIONS (JAPAN) - HANARO TELECOM - KOREA TELECOM - SINGTEL - STARHUB (SINGAPORE) - AIRBORNE ACCESS - AZURE (AUSTRALIA) - BLINK (EPLDT Inc, Philippine LD Telephone Company) - PCCW NETVIGATOR (HONG KONG) - YELLOWSPOTS (Malaysia, Asia)
The Planex Communications WLAN network solution with AirMaestro technology includes such features as:
Colubris delivers better reliability, security, and performance than any WLAN provider we've evaluated," said Mike Morgal of Data Capture Solutions.
For example, using the Colubris VMT, an authorized receptionist could easily grant visitors access to the company's WLAN at the same time he or she issued their visitor badges.
As WLAN and GPS penetrate more number of devices for various applications, integration of the chipset into a single package solution will be a major challenge.
We expect the enterprise WLAN market to demonstrate very strong growth, driven by new adoptions, as well as by factors such as expanding user populations and deployments, the convergence of voice services, and migration to the 802.
Figure 4 Taiwanese WLAN NIC Third-Tier Manufacturers' Supply Chain
At the core of Smart Mobile is a breakthrough WLAN architecture that combines the benefits of centralized control and management with the performance efficiencies of optimized traffic through intelligent switching.
The MAP-330 Integrated Sensor/AP is part of the Colubris Intelligent Mobility System (CIMS), an optimized WLAN switching system that provides high performance client access with integrated best-of-breed RF security.
In enterprise environments, WLAN systems are often deployed in a fragmented fashion yielding inconsistent wireless connectivity to the corporate network and Internet.