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Wireless LAN Whitepapers

In cooperation with the CWNP Program, WLANA is pleased to offer the CWNP Learning Center to all of WLANA's visitors. The CWNP Learning Center has over 900 free white papers, case studies, product information and webcasts - all on Wireless LANs! Start by browsing the topics listed below. A new browser window will be opened that takes you to the CWNP Program website with the results of your search.

General Information
· 802.11 Standards (a/b/g) · 802.16 (Wi-Max) · Bluetooth · Cellular/3G ·
· RF Data Communications · Wireless LAN Protocols · Hotspots ·
· Market Research · Peformance Issues / Troubleshooting ·
Tutorials
· Introduction to Wireless LANs · How To Guides · Case Studies ·
· Wireless LAN Benefits/ROI · Site Surveys ·
 
Wireless LAN Security
· Introduction to Wireless LAN Security · Secure Design · VPN · AAA ·
· Basic Wireless LAN Security · Authentication · WPA · 802.1x · WEP ·
· Access Control · Vulnerability Assessment · Intrusion Detection ·
· 802.11i · Security Policy · Layer 2 Solutions · Layer 3 Solutions ·
Product Type
· Access Points · Client Devices · Wireless Switches · Gateways ·
· Management Tools · Protocol Analyzers · Site Survey Tools · PoE ·
· Antennas & Accessories · Intrusion Detection Systems · Bridges ·
· Authentication · Handhelds · Performance Testing · Mesh Networks ·
Wireless LAN Applications
· Airports · Education · Healthcare · Home Networks · Warehousing ·
· Hospitality · Mobile IP · Public Safety · Retail Stores · Video · VoIP ·
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Other Documents Available from WLANA

What is a Wireless LAN?
Wireless Local Area Networking ROI/ Cost-Benefit Study
State of the WLAN Industry
WLAN Standards and Organizations
High Speed Wireless LAN Options - 802.11a and 802.11g
Wireless LAN Technologies and Windows XP
Microwave interference on 802.11 WLAN Reliability.
Reliability of 802.11 in a Bluetooth Environment
Do Wireless LANs pose a health risk to the consumer?

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