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IEEE 802.11

IEEE standards for wireless local area networks (LANs). See 802.11.
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The standard addresses coexistence with other wireless devices anticipated in the industrial workspace, such as cell phones and devices based on IEEE 802.
Contrary to most of the fears from WiFi proponents, UWB will compete with IEEE 802.
For instance, because UWB companies are at times faced with supporting ease of adoption, most have at one point or another looked at adopting MACs similar or in some cases based on IEEE 802.
In addition to delivering up to three times faster time-to-first-label than competitive offerings because of large memory and fast print speed, the PB22, PB32, and PB50 offer mobile transaction security with support of advanced wireless security standards WPA/WPA2, IEEE 802.
High-Gain Antennas develops, manufacturers and markets products that are deemed instrumental in the rapid deployment of wireless fidelity IEEE 802.
3eTI is a WLAN infrastructure and solutions provider and is active in many standard bodies such as IEEE 802.
Fodus' b/g and b/a/g WLAN combo chipsets enable high-speed connections to wireless networks based on IEEE 802.
Named one of the top 10 private wireless companies most likely to succeed by Technologic Partners, Bermai is delivering innovative CMOS systems that support the IEEE 802.
The IXP425 network processor simplifies system design by supporting voice, video and data applications across a wide range of transport mediums, including common versions of DSL, Internet cable, HDLC, IEEE 802.