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802 standards

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802.11 standard for wireless networking
802.11a standard for wireless networking technique that uses multiple frequency bands in the 5 GHz range
802.11b standard for wireless techniques that uses direct sequence spread spectrum signaling in the 2.4 frequency range.seperates the 2.4 GHz band into 14 overlapping 22-MHz channels
802.11g standard for a wireless networking technique designed to be compatible with 802.11b while using different encoding techniques
802.11i standard for wireless encryption and authentication that uses the EAP authentication method,strong encryption,and dynamically assigned keys,different for every transmission.specifies AES encryption and weaves a key into each packet
802.11n standard for a wireless networking technique that may issue signals in the 2.4 or 5 Ghz band.accomplishes this thru several means,including MIMO,channel bonding,and frame aggregation
802.16 standard for wireless MANs.antennas may operate in line of sight or non line of sight.networks use frequencies between 2 and 66 GHz.
802.16e most popular version of WiMAX.improved the mobility and quality of service of the technology,making it more suitable for VoIP and mobile phone users.
802.1d standard that describes,among other things,bridging and spanning tree protocol
802.1w standard that describes rapid spanning tree protocol
802.1x a vendor independent standard for securing transmission between nodes according to the transmissions port,whether physical or logical.
802.2 standard for flow control in data frames
802.3 standard for ethernet networking devices and data handling using the csma/cd access method
802.3ab standard that describes 1000Base-T,a 1-gigbit ethernet technology that runs over four pairs of cat 5 or better cable
802.3ae standard that describes 10-Gigabit ethernet technologies. INCLUDES 10GBase-SR, 10GBase-SW, 10GBase-LR, 10GBase-LW, 10GBase-ER and 10GBase-EW
802.af standard that specifies a way of supplying electrical power over ethernet, PoE. requires Cat 5 or better UTP or STP cabling and uses power sourcing equipment to supply current over a wire to powered devices
802.3an standard that describes 10GBase-T,a 10-Gbps ethernet technology that runs on Cat 6 or cat 7 twisted pair cable
802.3u standard that describes fast ethernet technologies,including 100Base-TX
802.3z standard that describes 1000Base,or 1 gigabit, ethernet technologies,including 1000Base-LX and 1000base-SX
802.5 standard for token ring networking devices and data handling
Created by: cgeaski