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Essay heading: 802.11 standards
 
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Some of the more popular vendors for wireless NIC's and routers are Netgear, D-link and Belkins. The size and shape of the hardware might be slightly different but they all conform to the 802.11 standard. Until recently most people didn't pay much attention to the small "b" following the 802.11 (802...
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Most non-engineers would buy the product, install the device and hoped that it worked. In today's environment it may not be quite that easy. The type of NIC must match the router being used in terms of the 802.11( ) standard in use. These wireless products come in 802.11a, 802.11b and 802.11b/g. These suffix letters have a distinct meaning in the world of wireless...
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