Positioning technology company Ekahau has released an updated version of its software, which allows devices to be physically tracked when they are connected to an 802.11 WLAN network.
The Ekahau Positioning Engine (EPE) 2.0 can locate 802.11-connected wireless PDAs, laptops and other terminals--including voice over IP telephones--to, the company claims, within about a meter.
Source: Wireless Week
LAS VEGAS -- Aiming to push consumer and enterprise interest in wireless printing, Hewlett-Packard executives at CTIA Wireless I.T. & Internet 2002 unveiled the company's new Mobile Enterprising Printing Solution and several partnerships to enable printing from handheld devices.
reaper: this is the lamest attempt to try to fool a true WI FI hacker so don't waste your money or time buying this unit they need to go back to there other security scams. so just fix your access point and don't waste your money. So I say don't mark Pooh. I say mark fool. just my thoughts.....
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Source: Un strung
SUGAR LAND, Texas -- In order to serve the needs of the burgeoning market for wideband fiber optic repeaters for the wireless communications industry, Applied Optoelectronics, Inc. (AOI) today announced a new line of 1550-nm analog lasers.