For Part 6 of this blog series I have two concept maps. The first concept map describes the format and function of a data frame, which is one of three types of frames defined by the 802.11 standard (the other two are management and control frames):

What's an 802.11 Data Frame?What's an 802.11 Data Frame? (Click to Enlarge)

The second concept map describes the basics about power management in Wi-Fi networks:

What's 802.11 Power Management?What's 802.11 Power Management? (Click to Enlarge)

Here the links to the concept maps from the previous weeks:

Part 1: What's the IEEE 802.11 Standard?
Part 2: What's the IEEE 802.11 Physical (PHY) Layer?
Part 3: What's the IEEE 802.11 MAC Sublayer?
Part 4: What's an 802.11 Management Frame?
Part 5: What's an 802.11 Control Frame?

If you want high-resolution images of these concept maps please DM me on Twitter or contact me here. It'd be also a good opportunity to hear what you think about the maps so far!