Wireless Princeton WV

More and more, wireless options for computing are becoming popular as the technology gets better. Read on to learn about what's available when it comes to taking your computer and/or network wireless.
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2.45GHz Gain Adjustable Active WiFi RFID Reader Princeton WV

GAO Tek Inc.'s Active (2.45GHz) Gain Adjustable RFID WiFi Reader (GAO 217002) utilizes an advanced 0.18µm CMOS IC for ultra-low power consumption and adheres to the 802.11b wireless communication standard. As it is designed to operate in the unlicensed 2.45GHz band, the gain adjustable reader is deployable in any environments. Read on for details.

A Wire-Free Shopping Spree Princeton WV

PoE gives home users and companies reliable power over physicalinfrastructure for networked devices as well as older systems. Thatmeans there are no extra cables, or need to find yet another poweroutlet, since a VoIP phone, access point, or other device can be poweredup over the Ethernet cable.

Go the Wireless Route Princeton WV

Wireless communication with your Windows PC is all the rage these days, and the newly finalized 802.11g standard provides the leading edge upon which a new generation of products will base their wares. Belkin's 802.11g Wireless DSL/Cable Gateway Router model #F5D7230-4, designed for individuals and home offices, is among the best of this new generation of products.

Wireless Liftoff Princeton WV

TV commercials for wireless products seem a lot like campaign ads: They paint in broad strokes, make outlandish promises, and leave us feeling more confused than enlightened.

Clear Connections - A Wireless Setup is Fun, but is it the Right Fit for Your Business? Princeton WV

The vision of a wireless office is almost universally appealing--whowouldn't want to head into the conference room with their laptop, awealth of data available with just a few clicks? Also compelling is thefact that wireless adoption has grown to the point where a variety ofservice plans, products, and training courses are available.

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2.45GHz Gain Adjustable Active WiFi RFID Reader Princeton WV

GAO Tek Inc.'s Active (2.45GHz) Gain Adjustable RFID WiFi Reader (GAO 217002) utilizes an advanced 0.18µm CMOS IC for ultra-low power consumption and adheres to the 802.11b wireless communication standard. As it is designed to operate in the unlicensed 2.45GHz band, the gain adjustable reader is deployable in any environments. Read on for details.

A Wire-Free Shopping Spree Princeton WV

PoE gives home users and companies reliable power over physicalinfrastructure for networked devices as well as older systems. Thatmeans there are no extra cables, or need to find yet another poweroutlet, since a VoIP phone, access point, or other device can be poweredup over the Ethernet cable.

Clear Connections - A Wireless Setup is Fun, but is it the Right Fit for Your Business? Princeton WV

The vision of a wireless office is almost universally appealing--whowouldn't want to head into the conference room with their laptop, awealth of data available with just a few clicks? Also compelling is thefact that wireless adoption has grown to the point where a variety ofservice plans, products, and training courses are available.

Connected Play: LANs Enrich Everyone's Gaming Experience Princeton WV

Obviously, linking computers together via a local area network offers far greater benefits than just multiplayer frag fests. But should you stay wired or go wireless? Read on to know more.

Go the Wireless Route Princeton WV

Wireless communication with your Windows PC is all the rage these days, and the newly finalized 802.11g standard provides the leading edge upon which a new generation of products will base their wares. Belkin's 802.11g Wireless DSL/Cable Gateway Router model #F5D7230-4, designed for individuals and home offices, is among the best of this new generation of products.

Running without Wires: Look into Apache and iPlanet Princeton WV

With 802.11b, wireless networking supports 11 Mbps, or slightly more than the speed of the old wired 10 Base-T Ethernet. Most wired Ethernet runs at more than 100 Mbps. Even so, with most users running connections to the Internet at less than 1 Mbps, wireless support for 11 Mbps is not all that bad.

Strung out on Wireless Princeton WV

So far, this has been regarded as a rough winter. It's actually closer to normal, whatever that means. It's rough enough if you're caught traversing a freeway in near-whiteout conditions. That's when the combination of snow and wind make it impossible to see beyond the length of your headlights, even in the day. It's also when a palm-sized computer and its antenna fail to make a permanent connection with the Internet. My friend Doug flipped the cover back over his machine in disgust. "

Wi-Fi? Why Not? Princeton WV

Wi-Fi may not be the biggest thing to ever hit the communications and computer industries, but in these troubled times it'll do. It's been a while since I've seen an important technology built from the ground up--driven at least in part by the demand of users. In ways reminiscent of early personal computers and the Web, families and small-business groups are adopting Wi-Fi even before the lords of IT understand it.

Wireless is the Future - Really Princeton WV

Although it should be some time before everyone on the bus is surfing the Web, the possibility isn't as far-fetched as it once was. Wireless for everyone is more than just a goal for some companies. It's a vision they mean to make into reality, and soon.

Wireless Liftoff Princeton WV

TV commercials for wireless products seem a lot like campaign ads: They paint in broad strokes, make outlandish promises, and leave us feeling more confused than enlightened.

Wireless Security Princeton WV

Retailers worldwide are making the move to wireless computing, both for the flexibility it brings to in-store operations and the speed it adds to business processes. Mobile platforms and wireless networks allow retailers to complete transactions and authorizations while collecting data from any location, at any time, with a variety of devices in Princeton.