infrastructure mode

infrastructure mode

The mode of operation in a wireless network, in which all devices communicate with a central base station (access point). Contrast with ad hoc mode. See 802.11.
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2018) found about the Traffic load in the same protocol infrastructure mode. Here network was typically distributed unevenly between access points (APs), creating hotspots.
Wi-Fi can be configured in two modes: infrastructure mode and ad-hoc mode.
The Canon REALiS WUX500 is equipped with Wi-Fi capability, which utilizes two modes of connection: the Projector Access Point mode allows users to directly connect up to five computers wirelessly, while the Infrastructure mode allows the WUX500 projector to connect to an existing network wirelessly thus allowing computers on the network (wirelessly or wired) to connect and start projecting.
Fujitsu already offers cloud platforms regionally for the infrastructure mode, and this offering is being reinforced from today with the global deployment of a standardized cloud platform.
Through PSP's Infrastructure Mode, you can also download and rap along with eight playable remixes.
Infrastructure mode lets you connect to a hotspot; ad-hoc lets you connect directly to another computer.
As a wireless-enabled print server, it supports both ad hoc mode (point-to-point wireless networks) and infrastructure mode (using an existing wireless access point).
The Card is IEEE 802.11b-compliant and can be operated in infrastructure mode with the latest Wi-Fi certified wireless LAN access points under 802.11g.

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