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  • el3ktr1k

    el3ktr1k

    MemberSep 4, 2008

    LAN Communication

    Can someone explain to me how I can communicate with another computer over a wireless LAN network. Suppose I want send a single byte such as the decimal number 43 and then have the receiving computer receive this byte. How would I go about doing this? Thanks for any help.
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  • jeni232

    MemberSep 4, 2008

    You will have to buy a WI-FI ROUTER & router is having access to broadband or DSL internet access, then you would be able to access internet and also can configure more than one user and define that as LAN.
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  • el3ktr1k

    MemberSep 5, 2008

    I know how to connect to the internet. I want to be able to send raw data from one computer to another over Wi-Fi.
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  • AshutoshGupta

    MemberSep 8, 2008

    are you trying to make a HLL program for that ?
    if so then it's essentially same as sending it to a wired computer bacause TCP/IP handles all lower level details...........

    YOU JUST NEED TO DELIVER YOUR DATA TO APPROPRIATE FUNCTION OF AN APPROPRIATE CLASS IN THAT LANGUAGE.........
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  • Prasad Ajinkya

    MemberSep 8, 2008

    ummm ... how about a simple socket connection?

    Java has a huge API reference for this
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  • nileshchakkar

    MemberJan 3, 2009

    As far as Wireless LAN cocern you can go through any of the technology like
    1)Bluetooth (limited distance)
    2) Wireless LAAN 802.11
    3) Wi- fi technolgy best suited
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  • sauravgoswami

    MemberJan 3, 2009

    I think infrared will be better and cheap too,but how much data you want to send & receive????
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  • nileshchakkar

    MemberJan 5, 2009

    But infrared have much more problems like speed is very slow as comparative to others.
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  • sauravgoswami

    MemberJan 5, 2009

    yeah,thats why i mentioned at what rate data has to be send and how much?? with bluetooth its also complex procedure!!!
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