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Final year Undergraduate project

Posted on 2008-10-24
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I am doing Computer Networking. For my Final year project can you help me to choose a Topic that's related to my Course.
what about 'QoS in IEEE802.11 for real-time multimedia application.'

regards

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How about network security!
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2.4GHz single-band draft-n routers/access points using 40MHz-wide channels, causing interference dropouts on legacy 802.11g/b devices.
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