By Pat Hawker, D.E. Cole
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16 standards were ratified. 7 million AllCoNet2 project uses 16 radio towers configured in a ring to deliver broadband connectivity to schools, libraries, and government buildings. To avoid conflict with Internet service providers, the city allows them to resell the excess capacity of the county’s broadband network at a reduced rate to commercial users, which further stimulates economic development in the region. Many other cities use wireless technology to provide free Internet access to residents and to attract visitors and businesspeople.
This process is illustrated in Figure 1-11. 16 wireless metropolitan area network (WMAN) © Cengage Learning 2014 Wireless Wide Area Network Personal computers use Web browsers to display Internet data. Based on user input, a Web browser requests Web pages to be displayed on the user’s computer screen. The requested page is transmitted from a file server to the user’s Web browser in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), the standard language for displaying content from the Internet. This model is illustrated in Figure 1-12.
Teachers can also distribute handouts directly to students who have brought their own wireless devices to class, and they can conduct pop quizzes in which students submit their answers directly and immediately. The wireless connection also frees students from having to go to a specific computer lab or the library to get on the school’s computer network. They can access the school network wirelessly from almost any location on campus. As students move to different classrooms in different buildings, they remain connected to the network.
Amateur Radio Techniques by Pat Hawker, D.E. Cole