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Optical wireless LAN

The term optical wireless LAN is associated with wireless communication that is free from the frequency regulation requirements of a particular country. Messages are transmited in the form of infralight beams. The advantage of this form of communication is its easily installable components. It is also an alternative for the radio wireless communication associated with frquency allocation. The set up uses a transceiver that includes the optical devices such as the LED and photodiode.

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This was first published in May 2001

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