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Army Locks Down Wireless LAN
On top of this, the base has 18,000 computer users and houses a number of older buildings, so running high-speed copper or fiber wiring is expensive, impractical and sometimes impossible.
Wireless local-area networks based on the popular 802.11 standards emerged as the best way to expand the base's network last year because of the easy setup and breakdown, and the minimal disruption to the existing infrastructure.
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