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Wi-Fi product watch

DTI Globalwatch : 06 October, 2006  (Technical Article)
Symbol Technologies will provide the Wi-Fi and other parts that will be used in a new handheld gaming/gambling on demand system for casinos to be made by and Shuffle Master. The array will support the Wi-Fi QoS standard of 802.11e, plus will tag wireless packets with 802.1Q virtual LAN and 802.1p prioritization when sourced on the wired network. The company says tagging and prioritization will extend wired QoS to Wi-Fi, and that previous switched WLANs couldn't tag or prioritize packets moving from the AP to the wiring closet. is reporting on a transceiverprints, a technology under investigation that could transform wireless security. The law, to take effect in January after being signed by the Governator, instructs vendors who make and sell Wi-Fi equipment to include instructions on how to set up security to prevent 'piggybackers' who would 'steal' access, which they state is against the terms of service of many broadband providers.
Symbol Technologies will provide the Wi-Fi and other parts that will be used in a new handheld gaming/gambling on demand system for casinos to be made by and Shuffle Master. The array will support the Wi-Fi QoS standard of 802.11e, plus will tag wireless packets with 802.1Q virtual LAN and 802.1p prioritization when sourced on the wired network. The company says tagging and prioritization will extend wired QoS to Wi-Fi, and that previous switched WLANs couldn't tag or prioritize packets moving from the AP to the wiring closet. is reporting on a transceiverprints, a technology under investigation that could transform wireless security. The law, to take effect in January after being signed by the Governator, instructs vendors who make and sell Wi-Fi equipment to include instructions on how to set up security to prevent 'piggybackers' who would 'steal' access, which they state is against the terms of service of many broadband providers.
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