Ad Hoc and Infrastructure Networks

What are Ad Hoc and Infrastructure Networks? LAVA’s wireless serial device servers (WiFi ESLs) can operate in Ad Hoc or Infrastructure modes. These two modes are fundamentally different, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. Ad Hoc Networks The Latin expression “ad hoc” translates into English as “for this,” a translation that loosely suggests what […]

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NEW! Wireless Ether-Serial Links

LAVA has expanded its Ether-Serial Link serial device server line with wireless Ethernet variants of its ESL 1-232-DB9, ESL 2-232-DB9, ESL 1-232-RJ45, and ESL 2-232-RJ45 units. WiFi ESL 1-232-DB9, WiFi ESL 1-232-RJ45   WiFi ESL 2-232-DB9, WiFi ESL 2-232-RJ45 These new wireless serial device servers support 802.11a or 802.11b+g modes, with choices of WEP 64, […]

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