networks can be much less expensive to implement than wired networks,"
explains Marshall Breeding, author of the latest issue of Library Technology Reports, "Wireless Networks in Libraries" (41:5). "[The technology] has evolved
to the point of being a commodity. You don't have to worry about
whether or not the equipment will work as advertised. With millions of
units sold, most of the kinks have worked out by now."
This straightforward approach to wireless networks will make a
handy primer for libraries getting into the wireless arena as well as a
useful reference guide for libraries looking to upgrade their existing