wifi wireless LAN WLAN has a standard called 802.11. Further 802.11a 802.11b and 802.11g are solidified standards and equipment working on these standards will be compatible with one another.
- Wireless & Antennas
- extend range & high power AP's
- omni directional& 802.11
Wifi stands for wireless fidelity. Standard 802.11a b g exist through the wifi alliance.
- Commercial and Industrial
- Factories & Warehouses
- Home units & Apartments
- Town Houses & Villas
Antennas assist in controlling signal to boost limit or extend the range of wireless networks. Omni directional antennas will radiate in all directions (360 decgrees) whilst directional antennas can radiate in much finer degrees such as 8 degrees or even less. Genrally the higher the gain the the finer the pattern.
802.11 802.11a b g are solid standards, 802.11n is as yet (Jan 2009)not a stanard and especially the pre-n devices that are so called "long range" will likely not be compatible with other brand devices. Purchase at your own risk.