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noun body, combined system, compliiated system, interface, intertwining system, laced system, systematic web, weave, weaving, web, webbing
See also: complex, conjunction, development, league
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In Section 2, we investigate the effect of imperfect channel sensing on IEEE 802.11 DCF.
In 802.11 the default value of aSlotTime is 20 fis for 802.11b and 9 fis for 802.11a/g, if no medium activity is indicated for the duration of a particular backoff slot then the Backoff slot is decreased by aSlotTime.
One of the simplest solutions that address the power control problem, by modifying the IEEE 802.11, is named Max-Min protocol (Chen et al., 2006).
"Earlier this year we added IEEE 802.11 a through j technology to our ASIC intellectual property portfolio in order to support the significant growth we expect in the wireless SoC market.
* www.wifialliance.org--WiFi Alliance Lists WiFi compatible products based on IEEE 802.11 specification.
MSOs are now pushing cable CPE with 802.11 and/or voice capabilities to attract new subscribers and upsell to existing customers.
WPA has addressed the past flaws of Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP), the original security mechanism for WLANs that has been in place since the adoption of the IEEE 802.11 standard in 1997.
How does Bluetooth coexist with the 802.11 wireless standards?
In order to access the service, the user requires an 802.11 enabled laptop, using either a WiFi card, like a network card with an antenna, or on-board 802.11 that is beginning to proliferate (see Intel's Centrino product, and Dell's recent announcement that all latitude laptops will come with 802.11 as standard, as examples - all other major manufacturers have similar programmes).
Reliability of MMDS technology and insufficient range of 802.11 technology were also frequently cited factors.
IEEE 802.11ak provides protocols, procedures, and managed objects that enhance the ability of IEEE 802.11 media to provide internal connections as transit links within IEEE 802.1Q bridged networks, and wireless connectivity for fixed, portable, and moving stations within a local area.
IEEE, the world's largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for humanity, and the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA), today announced the formation of two new study groups focused on advancing the technology and deployment of the IEEE 802.11 standard, commonly referred to as Wi-Fi, in two specific areas: vehicular environments and broadcast services.