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WDS

Abbreviation for:
watery diarrhoea syndrome
Welsh Demographic Services, see there
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Delivers up to 15 Mbps of TCP throughput over a distance of 2,700 feet in Wireless Distribution System mode
Historically, the main objective of existing in-building wireless distribution systems has been to enhance wireless cellular coverage.
Although some cellular carriers had deployed their own, in-building wireless distribution systems to boost their signals, other carriers relied on nearby outdoor cell towers.
With the largest market share in Honduras, MULTIDATA uses its own network -- fiber optic, ADSL copper networks, microwave links, and last-generation wireless distribution systems -- to provide its services.
The "enterprise class' features also include 108Mbps SuperG, Wireless Distribution Systems (WDS) with WPA-PSK support over WDS links, multiple SSID support, 802.
Through the Andrew Solutions[TM] portfolio, CommScope Enterprise Solutions delivers high-performance, in-building wireless distribution systems that provide mission-critical radio communications and seemless multi-service cellular coverage.
distributors of wireless distribution systems with seven warehouse locations across the United States and Canada, with a full-time team of dedicated sales engineers.
The new audio streaming firmware enhances the advantages of Arkados solutions over current other wireless distribution systems available in the market.
The latest content-shifting products and emerging technologies in the wireless industry will connect once again at the 2007 International CES([R]), with the latest advancements in mobile phones, PDAs, wireless notebooks, wireless distribution systems and more on display.
11a/b/g -- Multi-node Wi-Fi wireless distribution systems Xirrus, Inc.
a leading provider of in-building wireless distribution systems, will present HealthAlliance Hospital Vice President and CIO Richard Mohnk, along with Vice President of Facilities David Duncan, at the 2006 HIMSS conference in San Diego.

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