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Nuts & Volts Magazine (April 2005)

A PIC-based Wi-Fi Development Platform

By Peter Best    View In Digital Edition  

Does that new laptop of yours have built-in wireless Ethernet local area network (LAN) capability? How about that new portable digital assistant (PDA) you just purchased? Does it have wireless Ethernet LAN capability, too? It seems that everything these days is wireless — except the things that you really want to be wireless.


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