The tremendous growth of Wi-Fi that is occurring right now means that many new engineers are getting into Wi-Fi. Our skills are in high demand, and new Wi-Fi engineers need the knowledge to design, build, and deploy successful wireless networks. I’m a firm advocate that it starts with fundamentals. Wi-Fi is a complex technology, and […]
Tag Archives: 802.11b
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