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With more than 70 years in the telecommunications business, Illinois-based CommScope subsidiary, Andrew, has moved with the times and now sells everything from coaxial cable to microwave antennas.
Burbank Water and Power deploys a new municipal Wi-Fi network that should fund itself.
Analyzer automatically identifies and tracks all calls and scores them in terms of WiMOS scores and WiR-Values, making it easy to troubleshoot Wi-Fi-based phone conversations.
Full enterprise mobility solution integrates WiFi, Cellular, and IP communications.
We're all tired of not having adequate standards-based security for wireless LANs. Learn how the new Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) can enhance the security of a multi-vendor Wi-Fi network.
Now that Wi-Fi Protected Access is arriving in an 802.11 product installed near you, the big questions come up, such as: How do you actually use it? And is it worth upgrading to it in the long run? Experts from the industry will explain WPA at the upcoming 80211 Planet Conference & Expo.
A significant percentage of wireless LANs (especially those used in homes) are still using outdated and insecure WEP for their encryption.
Last week German researchers announced that theyd found a way to crack the Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) encryption standard commonly used to protect data on wireless networks.
Who will benefit most from the new security for 802.11 networks? Enterprises, homes, and hotspots may have much to consider before they adopt Wi-Fi Protected Access next year.
Chipmakers Atheros, Broadcom and Intersil have received Wi-Fi Protected Access interoperability certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance, as have some select products.
Now that Wi-Fi Protected Access is arriving in an 802.11 product installed near you, the big questions come up, such as: How do you actually use it? And is it worth upgrading to it in the long run?
If you've got Linux clients on your WLAN, our quick guide to securing their connections with WPA is a must.
The chip maker has officially announced Wi-Fi Protected Access upgrades for its vendor customers, putting it on track for the February time frame when WPA goes to end users.
While WPA with PSK is more secure than WEP, it is not infallible. Learn how you can use it to its fullest advantage to protect your Wi-Fi network.
Think Wi-Fi Protected Access makes your home or small business network impenetrable? Think again -- and learn how to protect yourself.
With many potential opportunities to examine but less actual growth than he'd like, Oltronics president Bob Oliver has more than just plan A and plan B--he's already cooking up plans C and D.
Linux maven Carla Schroder reminds us of the core values behind Free Software.