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Computer Evidence: Collection and Preservation, Second Edition by Christopher L. T. Brown

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Wireless Networks

Wireless networks were originally thought to be best suited for isolated situations in which users needed temporary and backup connections or to extend networks and provide people on the move such as doctors and nurses with connectivity. Early corporate use of wireless technologies included microwave, infrared, and even satellite. These implementations of wireless networks still exist today, but their use has greatly expanded; some would even describe this expansion as an explosion. Today wireless networks can be found in most home networking environments, companies, and even public coffeehouses, hotels, and airports. Due partly to user demand for mobility and partly to the 802.11b/g/n, or Wi-Fi, wireless networking standards, ...

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