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Building the Four Wireless Application Families of the Wireless Internet
Jan 11, 2002
Wireless apps may work on itty-bitty equipment, but they still need to serve up hot games and hotter gossip.
CCENT/CCNA ICND1 Exam Guide: Introduction to Wireless LANs
Jul 15, 2008
This chapter examines the basic concepts, standards, installation, and security options for some of the most common WLAN technologies today.
Cellular Networks and Mobile Telephony
By William Stallings
Oct 26, 2001
New generations of cellular networks and mobile telephones are bringing new features and new complications. Bill Stallings helps us sort it all out.
Cisco 802.11 Wireless Networking: Installing and Configuring Access Points
Dec 1, 2005
The largest hurdle toward getting your wireless LAN (WLAN) up and running is the configuration of your access points (APs) and wireless clients. This chapter examines how to install and configure the AP.
Cisco Unified Wireless LAN Security Fundamentals
Dec 3, 2010
This chapter discusses the fundamentals of wireless LAN security in the context of the Cisco Unified Wireless Network (CUWN).
Closing the Gap Between Mobile Workers and Critical Information
Nov 1, 2002
Lack of information is a bottleneck in the business processes of customer-facing employees. Patrick Brans explains how mobile technology can help those workers get the information they need when they need it.
Communications Satellites
By William Stallings
Oct 26, 2001
If trying to understanding satellite communications makes your head swim, tune in to this streamlined overview by Bill Stallings.
Concepts for Working with Wireless Applications
Feb 1, 2002
The wireless development process involves four steps: identifying the user of the final product, building relevant content, developing the application, and testing the application with a real device on a real network in a typical user situation.
Connecting Non-802.1X Devices to an Enterprise Network
Sep 27, 2011
Whether you're an administrator or just a user of a Wi-Fi network secured with WPA/WPA2-Enterprise, you can learn from Eric Geier how to get non-802.1X computers and devices onto your network.
Connecting Your MacBook to a Network
Nov 28, 2011
In this chapter, you’ll learn how to get your MacBook online including tasks like connecting to wired and wireless networks, iPhones, VPNs and more.
Cracking WEP
Jul 12, 2002
The security of wireless networks have been reported, discussed, and fought over for more than a year now. What are the dangers of cracking WEP? After reading this article, you will understand what a weak IV is; and how RC4, the KSA, PRGA, and XOR are exploited to crack WEP.
Cracking Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA), Part 2
Mar 11, 2005
Concluding his two-part series, Seth Fogie describes in detail how WPA-PSK can be cracked.
Creating a Hotspot Gateway with RouterOS
Nov 2, 2009
Eric Geier shows how to set up the integrated hotspot gateway with RouterOS.
Creating a Wireless Web Application
Jan 8, 2001
Mark Wutka shows you how to create a wireless Web application using Java Server Pages.
Data Communications: Use the Right Medium for your Message
Apr 12, 2002
Learn when to use twisted pair cable, satellites, or fiber-optics to get your message across. From economic considerations to bandwidth limitations, here's a guide to your options.
Defining a Successful Wireless Solution
Nov 29, 2002
Consultant Ian Hayes shares a number of techniques to help you greatly simplify the conversion of business requirements into a well-defined wireless solution. Several example solutions are included for your reference.
Deitel Introduces Wireless Platforms and Programming Languages
Aug 2, 2002
This DEITEL™ article provides an overview of the Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless (BREW) and the EPOC wireless platforms. The article also introduces Handheld Devices Markup Language (HDML), Wireless Markup Language (WML), compact HyperText Markup Language (cHTML), Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME), eXtensible Markup Language (XML) and eXtensible HyperText Markup Language (XHTML).
Deitel Presents an Introduction to WML & WAP (Part 1 of 2)
May 31, 2002
This DEITEL™ article discusses the Wireless Markup language (WML), the markup language used to create presentational layer of WAP applications delivered to wireless handheld devices. This first article in a two-part series presents an introduction to WAP and WML.
Deitel Presents an Introduction to WML & WAP (Part 2 of 2)
Jun 7, 2002
DEITEL™ discusses the Wireless Markup language (WML), the markup language used to create presentational layer of WAP applications delivered to wireless handheld devices. This is the second article in a two-part series, which presents an introduction to WAP and WML.
Deitel Presents Location-based Services: Big Help or Big Brother?
May 10, 2002
The ability to locate users and provide them with information is crucial to the development of the wireless internet, but it also raises significant privacy concerns. Deitel™ reviews the potential benefits and dangers of location-based services.

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