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Title: Wi-Fi Technology In Libraries : Some Perspectives
Authors: M, Vijayakumar
S, Chidanandappa
B, Manjunath
Kumbar, Praveen Kumar
Keywords: RFID Technology
Wi-Fi Technology
Issue Date: 2-Feb-2006
Publisher: INFLIBNET Center
Abstract: This article explores some of the major issues of wireless networks in libraries and components of the wi-fi technology are discussed. Fortunately, the technology has advanced considerably and can be deployed without sacrificing the security of library’s network. The weakness of security for all Ethernet networks is eavesdropping. The low-level media access rules that govern how Ethernet networks communicate follow the party-line telephone model. Infrastructure facilities require for the libraries to go wi-fi network. Availability of commercial and free wi-fi services. Advantages and disadvantages of wi-fi services are also discussed.
ISBN: 81-902079-1-1
Appears in Collections:CALIBER 2006:Gulbarga

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