MOBILE COMPUTING IN DISTRIBUTED SYSTEM. Group Members: Shafinah KamarudinGS14607 Eizaireen Erma RamseGS14614 Fadzlina Mohammad AzmiGS14671 Siti Haslia Yaakob GS14710 Masliza Mhd. Ali ShahGS15374. MOBILE COMPUTING.
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MOBILE COMPUTING IN DISTRIBUTED SYSTEM
Eizaireen Erma RamseGS14614
Fadzlina Mohammad AzmiGS14671
Siti Haslia Yaakob GS14710
Masliza Mhd. Ali ShahGS15374
A wireless LAN (WLAN) is a data transmission system designed to provide location-independent network access between computing devices by using radio waves rather than a cable infrastructure. In the corporate enterprise, wireless LANs are usually implemented as the final link between the existing wired network and a group of client computers, giving these users wireless access to the full resources and services of the corporate network across a building or campus setting.
802.11 STANDARD IN OSI MODEL
According to IDC Malaysia – 480 hotspots with 12,000 subscribers as of Dec 03.
Figure is expected to increase by 58% throughout 2004 – 2008 reaching 120,000 subscribers.
Among some Wi-Fi providers are:
in a car moving at 30kmph; at a distance of 800m to 1km from base stations.