Initially, wireless LAN was as slow IEEE 802.11 provides 1-2 Mbit / s and ridiculed inflexible, but no later than the introduction of the Centrino package from Intel that contains a wireless card, any notebook will be "unlimited" mobile. Wireless LAN is getting progressively popular in today's world, thanks to the new wireless measures such as IEEE 802.11a and 802.11g data rates are eventually arrived at, who can keep up with a wired network to few extent.
Wireless LAN is the networking at the newly renovated apartment, for which landlords would have been understanding if broken walls and cable ducts can be beaten, also on the desktop PC draws in this way the wireless spirit field. But there are a myriad of chipsets and cards from several producers for the 2 basic standards, we hence appearing at the maps of few well-known manufacturer to find out which is the best.
In peculiar, Intel has added its Centrino tech for wireless boom, and today it is scarcely imaginable that a larger company or a public body does not require a wireless network, naturally, the apps and cause why a Wireless network
was set up identical otherwise, one would like to sit at home on the couch with the laptop or sometimes walk to the desk, where he worked on.
The entrepreneur wants to be as flexible as he is not only a his job behind the desk bound and must change frequently and even for presentations or other occasions where he was, who would ever connect a full house with copper wires, knows the problem that many holes must be drilled, if the cable can be laid not just on the baseboard or under the carpet. Again, wireless networks provide a remedy, as shown by our test is a perfectly acceptable alternative, even if Ethernet standard bandwidth of course not be achieved.
Since June 2004, if the 802.16 wireless standard, known as WiMAX (and IEEE 802.16REVd), as ratified, this standard defines wireless broadband connectivity at DSL speeds over long distances, with Rosedale, Intel presented the first standards-compliant "system-on-a-chip" model for cost-effective WiMAX base stations. The base stations will find their place in private homes or businesses to create a wireless broadband Internet access, Intel has already produced the first samples of the Rosedale chip from its key development partners and, together with carriers and device manufacturers with world's first test runs.