Standard for wired networks that use phone-like plugs.
A catch-all term used to refer to a proprietary high-speed wireless network using spectrums leased by telecommunications carriers that is proposed and/or has partially been developed.
The general standard for wireless networking, defined by the IEEE.
A relatively new version of the 802.11 wireless standard that is faster than 802.11b (it runs at speeds up to 20 Mbps) and uses the 5GHz spectrum. 802.11a is not backward-compatible with 802.11b, the predominant “flavor” of Wi-Fi.
Predominant current flavor of 802.11 wireless networking, or Wi-Fi. 802.11b uses the 2.4GHz spectrum and has a theoretical speed of 11 Mbps.
A version of the 802.11 ...