About the Wireless Access PC Card, PCI Adapter, and Access Point
Network Configuration and Planning
Adapter Installation and Configuration for Windows 95*/98 FE*/98 SE/2000/NT/Me/XP
Navigating the Network Configuration Utility Tool and the Access Point Web Configurator
Product Specifications for Wireless Access PC Card and PCI Adapter
Product Specifications for Wireless Access Point
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Wireless Access 11 Mbps PC Card, PCI Adapter, and Access Point User Guide
||An internetworking device that seamlessly connects wired and wireless
||An Ad-Hoc wireless LAN is a group of computers each with wireless
adapters, connected as an independent wireless LAN.
||This is the core infrastructure of a network; the portion of the
network that transports information from one central location to another
central location. The information is then off-loaded onto a local
||In mobile telecommunication, a base station is the central radio
transmitter/ receiver that maintains communication with the mobile
radio telephone sets within range. In cellular and personal communications
applications, each cell or microcell has its own base station; each
base station in turn is interconnected with other cells' bases.
||An internetworking function that incorporates the lowest two layers
of the OSI network protocol model.
||An acronym for Basic Service Set, this is an Access Point that is
associated with several wireless stations.
||An acronym for Extended Service Set, this is a roaming domain. More
than one BSS can be configured as an Extended Service Set.
||A popular local area data communications network that accepts transmission
from computers and terminals. An Ethernet operates on a 10-Mbps baseband
transmission over shielded coaxial cable or over shielded, twisted-pair
||This is an integrated wireless and wired LAN configuration.
|PCMCIA (Personal Computer Memory Card International Association)
||This association develops standards for PC cards, formerly known
as PCMCIA cards. PC cards are available in three "types",
which are about the same length and width as credit cards, but range
in thickness from 3.3 mm (Type I) to 5.0 mm (Type II) to 10.5 mm (Type
III). These cards can be used for many functions, including memory
storage, as landline modems, and as wireless LAN devices.
||A function that allows one to travel with a mobile end system (wireless
LAN mobile station, for example) through the territory of a domain
(an ESS, for example) while continuously connecting to the infrastructure.