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WLAN - definition of WLAN in Encyclopedia (697 words)
A wireless LAN or WLAN is a wireless local area network that uses radio waves as its carrier: the last link with the users is wireless, to give a network connection to all users in a building or campus.
WLAN is expected to continue to be an important form of connection in many business areas.
WLAN components are now cheap enough to be used in the home, with many being set-up so that one PC (eg parents) can be used to share an Internet connection with the whole familiy (whilst retaining access control at the parents' PC).
Standards Based Wireless Networking with Linux (3701 words)
By leveling the playing field and introducing multi-vendor installations, WLAN vendors will be forced to look at improving throughput and adding more management tools to their products in an effort to differentiate themselves from their competitors.
A frame being sent from a wired node to a WLAN station is first received by the Portal, then sent to the appropriate AP, and the AP forwards the frame to the destination WLAN station.
It is our sincere hope that WLAN product vendors will use this project as a template for their own products, thus developing the Open Source implementation into a standard defining those elements the IEEE chose not to define.
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