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  • Under the assumption that No Twins is true, each Wi is equivalent to Wi².

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  • The term Wi-Fi Connection means the Web site that Nintendo designed, not the locations from which a DS user can freely use Wi-Fi.

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  • Cohen also explained the distinction between promoting the term Wi-Fi as a generic alternative to 802. 11b and the logo (or mark) used to brand products that meet the certification.

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  • The Chrysler chief for this effort misuses the term Wi-Fi, though, as it's cell data with car drivers required to obtain a cell subscription.

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  • Now, I have been pigeonholed as pro-Wi-Fi because I run this blog with the title Wi-Fi in it.

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  • In some countries (and in this article) the term Wi-Fi [1] [2] is often used by the public as a synonym for IEEE 802. 11-wireless LAN (WLAN).

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  • Vivato received a splash of attention a few weeks ago with the demonstration of their phased-array antenna with what they call a Wi-Fi switch.

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  • : The study differentiates between what it calls Wi-Fi clouds, which have continuous coverage and Wi-Fi zones, which offer interrupted coverage.

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  • I eventually settled on a Canon Pixma 620b — built in Wi-Fi, and good reviews for the under-$150 crowd.

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  • A friend of mine in Wi shoots nothing but the Rage broadhwad and swears by them, masive wound channels and and less trailing wounded deer however they are illeagle in my state.

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