Subject: Re: driver for webgear aviator 2.4 card
To: Mike Cheponis <mac@Wireless.Com>
From: Lennart Augustsson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/24/2000 22:27:52
Mike Cheponis wrote:
> Normally, Frequency Hopping (FH) and Direct Sequence (DS) types of Spread
> Spectrum are both called "CDMA" - so much so that "Code Division, Multiple
> Access" essentially means "Spread Spectrum" these days.
I think using CDMA to describe FH is confusing, but who am I to tell...
> > AirPort uses direct sequence, so Aviator cards can't talk to them.
> That's right.
> There are pretty much two competing standards: 2 Mb/s DS from Lucent and
> FH from everybody else.
The AirPort is 11Mb/s.