Making 802.11g Transmitter Measurements
802.11g is the latest standard in wireless computer networking. It follows on the developments of 802.11a and 802.11b, combining the speed of 802.11a with the low cost and installed base of 802.11b devices. The aim of 802.11g—to be interoperable with 802.11b and have acceptable performance, cost, and design time—leads to some unique measurement challenges.
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