peer-to-peer wireless


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peer-to-peer wireless

Wireless transmission between two devices without requiring an access point or computer in the middle. See Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Direct.
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Sen, "A trust-based detection algorithm of selfish packet dropping nodes in a peer-to-peer wireless mesh network," in Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Networks Security and its Applications (CNSA'10), Chennai, India, pp.
Other features include: Resume, which brings apps back exactly how the user left them when restarting the Mac or relaunching an app; Auto Save, which automatically and continuously saves documents; Versions, which automatically records the history of a document as it's created; and AirDrop, which finds nearby Macs and automatically sets up a peer-to-peer wireless connection to make transferring files quick and easy.
"Wi-Fi Direct is really peer-to-peer wireless networking," Carl Howe, director of anywhere consumer research at the Yankee Group, told the media.