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Wireless Technologies: An Overview

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Karen D. King, RDH, MHeD

kingk@etsu.edu

Roz Seymour, EdD, RN, CS

 

References

Aironet (2000).  Your Wireless Network Connection.  Available   

     http://www.aironet.com/markets/education.asp.  Accessed May 5, 2000. 

Bluetooth Technology (2000).  Bluetooth.  Available http://www.bluetooth.com.
     Accessed May 1, 2000. 

Cincinnati County Day School (2000).  Technology Advantages and                 

    Disadvantages. Available http://www.ccds.cincinnati.oh.us/Technology/advantages_
    disadvantages.htm.  Accessed July 8, 2000. 

Federal Communications Commission (2000).  Wireless Communication Services. 
     Available http://www.fcc.gov.wtb/services.html.  Accessed July 5, 2000. 

Fowler, D. (1998).  Satellites:  The New Bandwidth-Busters?  NetNews, p5. 

Gold, S. (2000).  EIII & ETSI Wireless LAN Standard Enhancements Proposed 

    05/02/00.   Newsbytes

Kardach, J. (2000).  Bluetooth Architecture Overview.  Intel Technology Journal.
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     Accessed May 5, 2000. 

Littman, M. (1998).  Wireless Technologies in the Learning Environment:  Prospects and  

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Menezes, J. (2000).  Web Brings Immense Power to Wireless World.  Computing
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MicroTimes (2000).  Wireless LANs can Support Real World Apps.  Available http://
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Singh, G. (2000).  Securing the Mobile E-conomy.  Wireless Week.  Available http://
     www.wirelessweek.com/news/wirelessip/wip515d.htm.  Accessed July 8, 2000. 

Smith, B. (2000).  Wireless, Broadly Speaking, Wireless Week.  Available http://
     www.wirelessweek.com/news/Broadband/bb65a.htm.  Accessed July 8, 2000. 

Stalling, W., and Slyke, R. (1998).  Business Data Communications.  New Jersey: 
     Prentice Hall. 

Third Generation (3G) Wireless (2000).  Third Generation (3G) Wireless White Paper.   

    Trillium Digital Systems, Inc.  Available http://www.trillium.com.  Accessed July 5, 2000.  

Wireless Internet Today (1999).  Wireless Application Protocol.  Available http://
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Wireless Internet Services, Inc. (2000).  Wireless Networking.  Available
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