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Farmers Go High-Tech: Cultivating Crops and Wireless Customers, Too!
Aug 23, 2002
When you think of a farm, do you still envision tire swings, corn, and Mayberry? Find out how rural America is changing and stepping onto the information highway.
Fiber-Optic Technologies
Apr 23, 2004
Vivek Alwayn discusses in this chapter the increasing demand of optical-fiber and its wide spread applications ranging from global networks to desktop computers.
Five Applications to Secure Your Wi-Fi Hotspot Connections
May 13, 2010
Don't risk eavesdroppers capturing your email, passwords, and other sensitive info! Eric Geier reviews five helpful apps that encrypt your wireless traffic.
Five Ways to Increase Your Wi-Fi Network's Range
May 15, 2009
Eric Geier shows ways to extend your wireless network, from things you can do without spending a dime to adding additional APs.
Fixed Broadband Wireless Communications: Mathematical Tools for Digital Transmission Analysis
Dec 3, 2004
Measuring broadband wireless performance can involve complex mathematics, but this chapter will help you to keep it straight by providing the formulae that you need to analyze and evaluate broadband wireless performance.
For Wireless Security, First Understand Wireless Programming
Feb 14, 2003
One of the steps to mastering wireless security is to first master the basics of wireless programming. Look at the basics of XML, WML, i-mode, Java, and more to get a feel of the industry's programming standards.
Formatting and Designing Text
Oct 26, 2001
In this article, Paul Wallace gets you up-to-speed on i-mode text formatting and design.
Future Applications for Bluetooth™ Wireless Technology
Nov 30, 2001
In this article, derived from the author’s book Bluetooth Revealed, Second Edition, Bluetooth wireless communication expert Brent A. Miller discusses some of the potential future application areas for Bluetooth wireless technology.
Getting Connected with Wireless ASPs
Jun 1, 2001
Connecting with anyone, anywhere is what many industry watchers see as the next major innovation to sweep the Internet arena. The fact is that wireless applications are getting the greatest interest in those areas where mobility is greatest: sales force ...
Getting in the Groove
Jun 29, 2001
In this article, expert David Eyerly discusses Groove, a new application for sharing data across multiple systems.
Getting to Know Wireless Networks and Technology
Jul 4, 2003
Get a brief introduction to wireless networks and technology. You will see where this technology has been, where it is now, and where it is expected to go in the future.
How Fast is Bluetooth?
May 11, 2001
Perhaps you've heard data rates quoted for Bluetooth that range from 1 megabyte per second to a few kilobits per second. Why so many different figures? Jennifer Bray gives you the straight scoop on the factors that affect Bluetooth data rates.
How Many Bluetooth Piconets Fit in a Room?
May 11, 2001
Ever wondered how many Bluetooth piconets you can fit in a room before they stop working? That's a tough question because of all the variables involved. Jennifer Bray takes a stab at the answer in this article.
How Mobile Networks Work
Mar 14, 2013
This chapter describes how cellular networking works — and how these networks relate to the other wireless networks you employ on a daily basis.
How to Create a Wi-Fi Hotspot in Your Car (or Anywhere Around You) to Better Surf the Web
Mar 22, 2012
Jason R. Rich explains how to create a 4G mobile hotspot that can be accessed by any Apple iPhone or iPad to achieve Internet connectivity at speeds up to 10 times faster than a typical 3G wireless data connection.
How Windows Vista Handles Wireless Networking
Jan 4, 2008
Mike Miller looks at all the new networking features you'll find in Windows Vista.
IEEE 802.11 Standard Overview
Nov 29, 2000
Wireless networking expert Jim Geier discusses the IEEE 802.11 standard for wireless LANs.
IEEE 802.16 for Broadband Wireless Local Loop
By William Stallings
Oct 26, 2001
Bill Stallings describes a new standard for fixed wireless access for home and office.
IEEE 802.1X: Practical Port Control for Switches
By Stephen McQuerry
Oct 4, 2002
iModded My iPhone, Part 1: Bling
Oct 12, 2007
Seth Fogie details how to juice up the Apple logo on the back of the iPhone as well as add a wrist strap to keep it safe.

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