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autonomous WLAN architectures

 The WLAN access network architecture family in which all the logical functions, including both IEEE 802.11 and CAPWAP functions (wherever applicable), are implemented within each WTP in the network. The WTPs in such networks are also called stand-alone APs, or fat APs, because these devices implement the full set of functions that enable the devices to operate without any other support from the network.

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