Wireless local area network

The Aviator Wireless Network is a Windows 95-based peer-to-peer local area network that combines the mobility of wireless RF technology with the power and reliability of a traditional wired network. It transmits and receives data to a distance of 75 feet through walls, floors, and ceilings. Multiple PCs in the home or office can share all printers and applications, transfer data and programs between computers at 500-kilobit-per-second speeds, and access all attached disk drives and cd-roms. Prox

Aug 1st, 1998

The Aviator Wireless Network is a Windows 95-based peer-to-peer local area network that combines the mobility of wireless RF technology with the power and reliability of a traditional wired network. It transmits and receives data to a distance of 75 feet through walls, floors, and ceilings. Multiple PCs in the home or office can share all printers and applications, transfer data and programs between computers at 500-kilobit-per-second speeds, and access all attached disk drives and cd-roms. Proxy server software is also included.

WEBGEAR INC.

SAN JOSE, CA

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