Wireless Network Security for IEEE 802.1 1A/B/G and Bluetooth

Mr.Rahul S. Joshi, Mr.Chandrakant A. Atram, Prof.Dr.R.M.Tugnayat


Wireless communications offer organizations and users many benefits, such as portability, flexibility, increased productivity, and
lower installation costs. Wireless technologies cover a broad range of differing capabilities oriented toward different uses and needs. Wireless
local area network (WLAN) devices, for instance, allow users to move their laptops from place to place within their offices without the need for
wires and without losing network connectivity. Less wiring means greater flexibility, increased efficiency, and reduced wiring costs. Ad hoc
networks, such as those enabled by Bluetooth, allow data synchronization with network systems and application sharing between devices.
Bluetooth functionality also eliminates cables for printer and other peripheral device connections. Moreover, these technologies can offer
dramatic cost savings and new capabilities to diverse applications ranging from retail settings to manufacturing shop floors to first responders.
However, risks are inherent in any wireless technology

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v4i6.1714


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