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The design and development of the IEEE 802.11 protocol-based Wireless LAN system of the data link module, the unlicensed spectrum allocation in the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands by the FCC has encouraged the industry to develop new standards for short-range communication that are commercially viable. This has resulted in new short-range communication technology like Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN). The new modulation techniques developed for wireless communication support wired equivalent data rates. The commercial success of these technologies and their wide market adaptation has resulted in reduced costs for the devices that support these technologies. Applications of wireless technology in aerospace engineering are vast, including development testing, manufacturing, ground support equipment and active control. The high data rates offered by technologies like WLAN are sufficient to implement critical and essential data applications of avionics systems. A wireless avionics network based on IEEE 802.1 la/b/g protocols will reduce the complexity and cost of installation and maintenance of the avionics system w hen compared to the existing wired system.