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about TCP/IP data communications and networks, thank
you very much Boojum Enterprises intends letting their
workers bring their own device (BYOD) to work, so that
workers can use a device that they are personally
comfortable with. The office measures 50 metres by 20
metres. It is already serviced by a 1000Base-T Ethernet
LAN. What would you recommend for a wireless LAN
installation? What 2016 802.11 technology would you
recommend? How many access points are required and
how would they be positioned for the particular version of
802.11 you have chosen?
Solution
Ans;
Therecommend for a wireless LAN installation
Cost: Wireless LANs can cost less to implement than wired
LANs.
Simple/flexible to Install: Wireless LANs eliminate the time
needed with wired LANs for laying and pulling wires, and
can reach places that cannot be reached by wires.
Portability: Wireless LAN systems can move physical
locations much easier than wired LANs, reducing total cost
of ownership for organizations that are on the move.
Mobility: Wireless LAN systems can provide LAN users

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with access to network information anywhere in their
organization.
Scalability: Wireless LAN systems grow easily with the
need by adding more access points, client LAN adaptors
and extension points.
The recommended 802.11 technology
The recommended 802.11 wireless
communication technologies for implementation
Standard
Coverage Speed
802.11b 150
feet 11 Mbps
802.11a 50
feet 50 Mbps
802.11b Technology
802.11b boasts an impressive performance. It is
able to transfer data with raw data rates up to 11 Mbps,
and has a good range, although not when operating at its
full data rate.
Parameter Value
Maximum data rate 11
Typical data rate 5
Typical range indoor (meters) 30
Modulation CCK (DSSS)
RF Band 2.4

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about TCP/IP data communications and networks, thank you very much Boojum Enterprises intends letting their workers bring their own device (BYOD) to work, so that workers can use a device that they are personally comfortable with. The office measures 50 me tres by 20 metres. It is already serviced by a 1000Base -T Ethernet LAN. What would you recommend for a wireless LAN installation? What 2016 802.11 technology would you recommend? How many access points are required and how would they be positioned for the particular version of 802.11 you have chosen? Solution Ans; Therecommend for a wireless LAN installation Cost: Wireless LANs can cost less to implement than wired LANs. Simple/flexible to Install: Wireless LANs eliminate the time needed with wired LANs for laying and pulling wires, and can reach places that cannot be reached by wires. Portability: Wireless LAN systems can move physical locations much easier than wired LANs, reducing total cost of ownership for organizations that are on the move. Mobility: Wireless LAN systems can provide LAN users with access to network information anywhere in their organization. Scalability: Wireless LAN systems grow easily with the need b ...
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