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Wireless Network Adapters
Building wireless LANs requires the use of wireless network adapters. Normally, an access point connects the wireless network from a fixed location using cables. A single access point sends and receives data between the wireless LAN and the wired network infrastructure. End-users would then access the wireless LAN through the wireless network adapters in their computers.
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