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  Information Headquarters: IEEE 802.11
Protocols 802.11legacy The original version of the standard IEEE 802.11 released in 1997 and sometimes called "802.11legacy" specifies two data rates of 1 and 2 Megabits per second (Mbit/s) to be transmitted via infrared (IR) signals or in the ISM band at 2.4 GHz.
802.11b has a maximum throughput of 11 Mbit/s, however a significant percentage of this bandwidth is used for communications overhead; in practice the maximum throughput is about 5.5 Mbit/s.
The IEEE set up a dedicated task group to create a replacement security solution, 802.11i (previously this work was handled as part of a broader 802.11e effort to enhance the MAC layer).
www.informationheadquarters.com /Apple_Macintosh/IEEE_80211b.shtml   (1257 words)

  
 NC Exchange - Articles 802.11b Explained
Metal, water, and thick walls absorb 802.11b signals and decrease the range drastically.
With high-gain external antennas, the protocol can also be used in fixed point-to-point arrangements, typically at ranges up to 8 kilometers (although some report success at ranges up to 80-120 km where line of sight can be established).
Extensions have been made to the 802.11b protocol (e.g., channel bonding and burst transmission techniques) in order to increase speed to 22, 33, and 44 Mbit/s, but the extensions are proprietary and have not been endorsed by the IEEE.
www.ncexchange.org /84__80211b_Explained.html   (222 words)

  
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I was thinking about bird of a feather blogging and/or 802.11b lunch(es) or get-togethers.
A friend and colleague, Mike Daisey, is performing his one-man show, 21 Dog Years: Doing Time @ Amazon.com, and it might be fun to get a group together for a performance on the evening fo the 17th.
My Wi-Fi blog (80211b.weblogger.com) is the #1 match on Google for “802.11b” — above the IEEE, above the manufacturers, above the Wi-Fi certification trade group WECA.
blog.glennf.com /mtarchives/2002_05.html   (4170 words)

  
 Blue Tooth Wireless Printer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
For blue tooth wireless printer adapter opportunities 80211b network be in that more chief would.
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www.humorlinker.com /blue-tooth-wireless-printer.html   (461 words)

  
 Wireless networking - Wireless Networking at OpenSolaris.org
Addresses the main types of wireless networking today based on the IEEE 802.11 standard.
Explains how to use Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA), a new wireless security specification, to secure your home network.
The Wi-Fi Alliance is a nonprofit international association formed in 1999 to certify interoperability of wireless Local Area Network products based on IEEE
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