it is a Medium Access Protocol (MAC) for wireless LAN's. it allows multiple wireless devices to communicate with each other without interfering with each other signals (…too much). it is based on CSMA/CA (carrier sense multiple access, collision avoidance), as opposed to using a strict schedule for transmission times. you can search for IEEE's webpage for more information
Which wireless ieee standard operates in a radio frequency of 2.4 Ghz and supports a maximum bandwidth of 54 mbps?
Network+ Guide to Networks answer: Csma/ca
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other name for wireless lan
Which wireless standard should you implement to allow your devices to communicate in the 5 ghz transmission band?
You have to use A or N.
Physical, MAC (Media access control), Wireless Management Protocol,
"WiMAX is not a technology, but rather a certification mark, or 'stamp of approval' given to equipment that meets certain conformity and interoperability tests for the IEEE 80…2.16 family of standards. A similar confusion surrounds the term Wi-Fi, which like WiMAX, is a certification mark for equipment based on a different set of IEEE standards from the 802.11 working group for wireless local area networks (WLAN). Neither WiMAX, nor Wi-Fi is a technology but their names have been adopted in popular usage to denote the technologies behind them. This is likely due to the difficulty of using terms like 'IEEE 802.16' in common speech and writing."