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Comment: Hmmm... Shady Intel.com Business (Score -1, Offtopic) 154

by trolleywobbles (#14183454) Attached to: Intel Discusses Future Plans

According to the Intel website

"What is Wireless LAN Networking?

A Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) is a flexible data communications system that can either replace or extend a wired LAN to provide added functionality. A traditional, wired local area network (LAN) sends packets of data from one piece of equipment to another across cables or wires. A wireless local area network (WLAN) relies instead upon radio waves to transfer data. Data is superimposed onto a radio wave through a process called modulation, and this carrier wave then acts as the transmission medium, taking the place of a wire."

Seem familiar to anyone?

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