internet access, wireless local area network, access points
Would you like to access the Internet, your printer and your other computers, including laptops, without stringing wires throughout your office or home? The solution is a wireless local area network (WLAN) and we'll tell you how easy it is to install one yourself at a nominal cost. WLANs replace conventional wires with devices called wireless access points that plug into any electrical wall socket. WLAN hardware contains miniature transmitters and antennae that send and receive radio signals to and from your computers and other peripherals.
Original Publication Citation
Install your own wireless network, Journal of Accountancy Volume 198, Issue 5, Pages 51-57, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Jersey City, NJ, 11, 24.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Heninger, William G.; Lindstrom, Craig J.; Peterson, Bryce H.; and Romney, Marshall B., "Install Your Own Wireless Network" (2004). All Faculty Publications. 1037.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Marriott School of Management
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