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802.1
802.1

Internetworking - A specification for spanning tree bridges and the spanning tree protocol
802.2
802.2

LLC - Logical Link Control
802.3
802.3

Ethernet, Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detection (CSMA/CD)
802.4
802.4

Token Bus LAN
802.5
802.5

Token Ring LAN
802.6
802.6

MAN - Metropolitan Area Network

802.6 is a control protocol, not a geographical standard.

This group defined the protocol where stations share a dual fiber-optic bus
802.7
802.7

Broadband Technical Advisory Group

This group provides technical direction for broadband communications (Cable TV).

1: Analog in nature.

2: Carries multiple signals on the same cable (Frequency Division Multiplexing) and uses FM (frequency modulation)
802.8
802.8

Fiber-Optic Technical Advisory Group

An overview committee to groups 802.3-802.6
802.9
802.9

Integrated Voice / Data Network...

This group involves integrating ISDN (voice and data traffic) on 802.x-standards compliant LAN’s
802.10
802.10

Network Security:

This group is working with Security and encryption over heterogeneous networks
802.11
802.11


802.11 standards define the wireless standards. It is currently the most widely used wireless networking technology.
802.12
802.12

Demand Priority Access LAN, 100BaseVG - AnyLAN

An HP developed version of 100Mbit/sec networking that borrowed from Ethernet, but was developed to use Collision Avoidance, and added priority scheduling.
802.14
802.14

Cable modem standards for Hybrid Fiber Coaxial (HFC) networks.

A working group that is creating guidelines for data transmission over the analog cable TV network
Infrared (IrDA)

Max Transfer Speed:

Max Range:
Infrared (IrDA)

Max Transfer Speed: 4 Mbps

Max Range: ~ 3 ft
(Straight or Reflected Line of Sight)
Bluetooth:

Max. Transfer Speed?
Bluetooth:

Max. Transfer Speed: 1Mbps
Bluetooth:

Max Range?
Bluetooth:

Max Range: 33 Ft
802.11a:

Max. Transfer Speed?
802.11a:

Max. Transfer Speed: 54Mbps
802.11a:

Max. Range?
802.11a:

Max. Range? 150 ft.
802.11b:

Max. Range?
802.11b:

Max. Range? 300 ft.
802.11b:

Max. Range?
802.11b:

Max. Range? 300 ft.
802.11b:

Max. Transfer Speed?
802.11b:

Max. Transfer Speed: 11 Mbps
802.11g:

Max. Transfer Speed?
802.11g:

Max. Transfer Speed: 54Mbps
802.11b:

Max. Transfer Speed?
802.11b:

Max. Transfer Speed: 11 Mbps
802.11a:

Max. Transfer Speed?
802.11a:

Max. Transfer Speed: 54 Mbps
802.11a:

Max Range?
802.11a:

Max Range: 150 ft.
802.11b:

Max Range?
802.11b:

Max Range: 300 ft.
802.11g:

Max Range?
802.11g:

Max Range: 300ft.
802.11a:

Frequency:
802.11a:

Frequency? 5 Ghz
802.11b:

Frequency?
802.11b:

Frequency? 2.4 Ghz
Bluetooth:

Frequency?
Bluetooth:

Frequency? 2.4 GHz
802.11a:

Frequency?
802.11a:

Frequency: 5 GHz
802.11g:

Frequency?
802.11g:

Frequency? 2.4 GHz
Infrared (IrDA)

Frequency?
Infrared (IrDA)

Frequency? N/A (LOS/ASYNC)