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# What does it mean for a wireless network to be operating in infrastructuremode If the

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What does it mean for a wireless network to be operating in infrastructuremode? If the network is not in infrastructure mode, what mode of operationis it in, and what is the difference between that mode of operation and infrastructuremode?

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Day 10­Binary ­Base ten numbers are decimal numbers ­Binary numbers are base 10 (only 1 and 0, on or off.) ­every binary has a unique decimal value and vice versa ­decimal numbers only have digits from 0­9, and they don’t have to have a decimal in them (ex.33, 493, 39393) ­example, how to get the decimal number 15 is (1x10^1)+(5x10^0) ­the value of a binary number and decimal number are...

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