802.11a: Goes where no b/g signal has gone before

Summary:What started as a blog entry about why the 5 Ghz-based 802.11a Wi-Fi standard is a way to avoid the sort of spectrum debate that erupted at the University of Texas is now a full blown column.

What started as a blog entry about why the 5 Ghz-based 802.11a Wi-Fi standard is a way to avoid the sort of spectrum debate that erupted at the University of Texas is now a full blown column.

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George Ou, a former ZDNet blogger, is an IT consultant specializing in Servers, Microsoft, Cisco, Switches, Routers, Firewalls, IDS, VPN, Wireless LAN, Security, and IT infrastructure and architecture.

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