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wireless network

A communications system that transmits and receives radio signals over the air. The term generally refers to Wi-Fi local area networks (LANs) or to the 3G/4G data services from the cellular carriers' wide area networks (WANs). See Wi-Fi, wireless LAN and cellular generations.

Lots of Wireless Networks
AM radio, FM radio, HD Radio, SiriusXM satellite radio, broadcast TV, satellite TV, satellite Internet access and cellphones are also, in fact, wireless networks.
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The wireless network management software, created by AirWave Wireless, Inc.
A wireless network essentially provides the world a public entrance to the programs and data on your network--unless you have taken appropriate network security steps.
Last week, 273 people accessed the Internet wirelessly using the Lower Manhattan Wireless Network.
Prices for both the broadband modem hardware and subscriptions have dropped, as has the price of building a wireless network, making shared broadband affordable for more businesses.
This technology is incredible when it's applied correctly, but there's so much working against it that many people actually hinder their own network coverage with poor planning," says Chuck Bartel, director of networks at Carnegie Mellon University, and project director of the school's wireless network (dubbed "Wireless Andrew").
eSolutions' system enables stationary and mobile connectivity with the ability to track DHEC's automobile product quality information system and implements enterprise resource planning (ERP), a manufacturing execution system (MES), a warehouse management system (WMS), service logical circuit plan systems, bar code and data acquisition systems, the wireless network system, and the axle bush select and matching system.
The list of advantages is long enough that you would expect every hospital and clinic to rush towards implementing a wireless network.
The OCELOT software creates a mathematical model of a wireless network using such input as road maps and base-station locations.
The MobileAccess Universal Wireless Network was developed to overcome these coverage issues, providing a single wireless infrastructure that can support multiple wireless services, applications and devices, while maintaining the flexibility to accommodate future wireless requirements.
The Intel IT group accomplished this engineering feat using some of the features available in the Cisco Unified Wireless Network and Intel[R] Centrino[R] mobile technology-based notebooks.
To fully realize the potential of a wireless network, it is critical to have an understanding of the RF environment and a means of managing RF conflicts.
Cisco's Unified Wireless Network Solution can efficiently address the WLAN security, deployment, management and control issues facing enterprises.

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