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Integrated infrastructure for coexistence of WI-FI networks with other networks

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #8081996.

A wireless communications method and system includes an industrial sensor network that comprises a plurality of industrial sensors, which communicates with the industrial sensor network at a particular operating frequency band through one or more infrastructure nodes associated with the industrial sensor network. A wireless communications network is established, which includes a plurality of wireless communications stations that communicates with one or more of the infrastructure nodes. The infrastructure node(s) can be modified to additionally function as a wireless access point for the wireless communications network utilizing Time Division Multiplexing Algorithm (TDMA), thereby permitting the industrial sensor network to coexist and accommodate the wireless communications network.

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