A REPORT ON WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORKS AND TECHNOLOGIES USED

A. Narender, K. Rajyalaxmi

Abstract


Day by day technology is growing and people are attracted to the new technologies. This thinking made to have the new technology in the communication era. Initially it is wired communication where people or the device does not have the mobility while communicating. In this paper, it is clearly discussed about the technology known as “Wireless Local Area Network”. The existing networks are of different types like Wired and Wireless. Now, I am going to present the History of the networks, Importance of the networks, Types of the networks and their advantages and dis advantages, security implementations etc. There are so many other concepts which may creep in discussing the WLAN. All these things are explained in the following sections one after the other.

Keywords


Networks; WLAN; Security;

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