As schools adopt wireless technology in lieu of running miles of cable through their buildings, the issue of bandwidth becomes even more critical.

Today's wireless access points support data transmission speeds of up to 11 megabits per second, but as the number of students using a given access point increases, transmission speeds can slow considerably. The typical solution is for schools to add more access points, but this also adds cost.

A Chicago-based company called Wireless Information Networks says it has developed a unique solution to the problem. The company's


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