Preface Chapter 1. Wireless Networking Fundamentals TCP/IP Understanding Radio Waves Wireless Networks Chapter 2. Wi-Fi on Your Notebook 802.11 Wireless Standards Understanding 802.11 Speak Connecting to a Wireless Network Taking It on the Road Chapter 3. Wi-Fi on the Road Wireless Hotspots Finding Wireless Networks Chapter 4. Communicating Securely Secure Wireless Computing Virtual Private Networks Secure Shell (SSH) Firewalls Wi-Fi Security Are 802.11 Networks Really Secure? Chapter 5. Configuring Wireless Access Points Setting Up a Wireless Network Case Study: The Home Network Case Study: The Office Network Configuring an Access Point Ad-Hoc Wireless Networking Setting Up a Wireless Repeater Guidelines for Securing a Wireless Network Troubleshooting Wi-Fi Chapter 6. Bluetooth Bluetooth Standards Today Bluetooth Devices Bluetooth Service Profiles Using Bluetooth in Windows XP Connecting to a Pocket PC Bluetooth LAN Bluetooth Security Chapter 7. Infrared IrDA in More Detail IrDA Adapters Using IrDA in Windows XP Infrared File Transfer Infrared Security Chapter 8. Cellular Networking Cellular Networking Price and Performance GPRS CDMA2000 Compression Chapter 9. Global Positioning System (GPS) How GPS Works GPS Devices GPS Software Chapter 10. Microsoft Smart Display and Remote Desktop What Is the Microsoft Smart Display? Using the ViewSonic AirPanel V150 Using Remote Desktop Index
Wei-Meng Lee (Microsoft .NET MVP) is a technologist and co-founder of Active Developer, a technology company specializing in hands-on training on the latest technologies. He is an established developer and trainer specializing in .NET and wireless technologies. Wei-Meng speaks regularly at international conferences and has authored and co-authored numerous books on .NET, XML and wireless technologies, including .Net Mobile Web Developer's Guide, C#.Net Web Developer's Guide with CDROM, VB.NET Developer's Guide with CDROM, and Webmaster's Guide to the Wireless Internet (Syngress). He writes extensively for the O'Reilly Network on topics ranging from .NET to Mac OS X. He is also the author of Windows XP Unwired (O'Reilly & Associates) and is currently working on Programming the .NET Compact Framework, also from O'Reilly.
"If you are using XP and want some wireless freedom but aren't sure how to achieve it, this book is a great place to start." - Mike James, Computer Shopper, March