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An Overview of Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN)

  title={An Overview of Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN)},
  author={Ibrahim AlShourbaji},
Wireless Communication is an application of science and technology that has come to be vital for modern existence. From the early radio and telephone to current devices such as mobile phones and laptops, accessing the global network has become the most essential and indispensable part of our lifestyle. Wireless communication is an ever developing field, and the future holds many possibilities in this area. One expectation for the future in this field is that, the devices can be developed to… Expand
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