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The Wireless Revolution. What are the principal components of telecommunications networks and key networking technologies? What are the different types.

work and how do they support communication and e-business? What are the principal technologies and standards for wireless networking, communication, and Internet access? Objectives Digital Revolution – Device, Networking and Communication Trends Digital Convergence: Gradual merger of computing and communications Telephone networks and computer networks converging into single digital network using Internet standards Broadband Wired: More than 74 percent U.S. Internet users have broadband access Broadband/


10 Dec 2015 -- H. Yanıkömeroğlu San Diego, CA, USAPage 1 of 363 IEEE Globecom 2015 5G+ Wireless Networks Emerging Concepts and Technologies towards 5G+

2015 -- H. Yanıkömeroğlu San Diego, CA, USAPage 24 of 363 IEEE Globecom 2015 5G+ Wireless Networks ICT – Information and Communication Technologies Alan Turing 1912 – 1954 Claude Shannon 1916 – 2001 CommunicationsComputing ICT 10 Dec 2015 -- H. Yanık/ömeroğlu San Diego, CA, USAPage 25 of 363 IEEE Globecom 2015 5G+ Wireless Networks ICT – Information and Communication Technologies Alan Turing 1912 – 1954 Claude Shannon 1916 – 2001 CommunicationsComputing ICT Content 10 Dec 2015 -- H. Yanık/


7.1 © 2010 by Prentice Hall 5 Chapter Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology.

devices to send data from one PC to another, for example. Management Information Systems Chapter 7 Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology The Wireless Revolution 7.39 © 2010 by Prentice Hall An 802.11 Wireless LAN Figure 7-16 Mobile laptop computers equipped with wireless network interface cards link to the wired LAN by communicating with the access point. The access point uses radio waves to/


6.1 © 2007 by Prentice Hall 6 Chapter Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology.

are transmitted independently over various Communications channels and reassembled at their final destination. 6.15 © 2007 by Prentice Hall Key Digital Networking Technologies Telecommunications and Networking in Today’s Business World Essentials of Business Information Systems Chapter 6 Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology TCP/IP and connectivity Connectivity between computers enabled by protocols Protocols: Rules that govern transmission of information between two points Transmission/


Management Information Systems MANAGING THE DIGITAL FIRM, 12 TH EDITION GLOBAL EDITION TELECOMMUNICATIONS, THE INTERNET, AND WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY Chapter.

into small packets, which are transmitted independently over various communications channels and reassembled at their final destination. FIGURE 7-3 CHAPTER 7: TELECOMMUNICATIONS, THE INTERNET, AND WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY © Pearson Education 201211 Management Information Systems Key networking technologies (cont.) – TCP/IP and connectivity Connectivity between computers enabled by protocols Protocols: Rules that govern transmission of information between two points Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol/


Industrial Ethernet and Networking

yet sufficiently widespread that we can be sure all activity is covered by one or the other of them. Another approach is to use VPN ("virtual private network") technology. This creates another layer of networking on top of the wireless network. This layer is encrypted. Because VPNs are implemented in software (at least on the users end), they are independent of any weaknesses in the/


Wireless Foresight Conference, June 5 Wireless Foresight Conference June 5 2002.

communication will increase Digitalization will increase Fight against terrorism and crime, in particular cyber crime, will continue Value chains will increase in complexity (value networks) Inceased technology adoption in everyday life Standardization will increase Social differences will increase Wireless infrastructure cost will fall slower than for electronics (Jens law) Different user groups have different values and needs Internet development dominating Increasing amount of/


Wireless Location-based Services

and multi-standards Operators’ caution and lack of speed Other location centric services Progress Check... Overview Drivers and markets Wireless positioning technology Applications and services LBS Platform Market outlook LBS Technologies Network-based position technologies Handset-based positioning technologies Handsets Technology hindrances Network-based Position Technology Cell-ID Relies on the cell a mobile in connecting to. Different variations exist: with Timing Advance (CELL-ID TA), with SIM/


CWSP Guide to Wireless Security

smaller segments for security CWSP Guide to Wireless Security Network Segmentation (continued) CWSP Guide to Wireless Security Segmenting with Devices and Technologies Segments can be created using bridges, switches, and routers In wireless network, segments are created using: Wireless gateways Wireless routers Wireless switches Firewalls Demilitarized zones Network address translation CWSP Guide to Wireless Security Segmenting with Devices and Technologies (continued) Firewall Sometimes called a packet/


MSc WLAN, IP/TCP and COMM NETWORK Topics

, AMD Background for broadband wireless technologies UWB – Ultra Wide Band High speed wireless personal area network Wi-Fi – Wireless fidelity Wireless technology for indoor environment (WLANS) broader range that WPANs WiMAX – Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks (WMANs) For outdoor coverage in LOS and NLOS environment Fixed and Mobile standards 3G – Third generation Wireless Wide Area Networks (WMANs) are the broadest range wireless networks High speed data/


Wireless# Guide to Wireless Communications

Industrial Control Motes Remote sensors Can connect to a WLAN Then collect data and transmit it to a central location Wireless# Guide to Wireless Communications Wireless Advantages and Disadvantages As with any new technology, wireless communications offers both advantages and disadvantages Wireless# Guide to Wireless Communications Advantages of Wireless Networking Mobility Freedom to move about without being tethered by wires Permits many industries to shift toward an increasingly mobile/


1 Wireless Telephone Data Networks - Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow and How to Value It Kevin Snow AT&T December 4, 2012.

Labs / Alcatel- Lucent 38 PARADIGM CHANGING TECHNOLOGY: THE ELIMINIATION OF THE CELL TOWER The lightRadio Cube o Three 2-inch, stacked circuit boards for the antenna, radio, and network connection, replacing the conventional antenna system that connects every cell phone call. o Could radically transform the model for wireless networks and could actually change the way the wireless industry operates," per Dan Hays, Telecommunications Consultant/


Information Technology Strategic Plan

UMES modems are slower than today’s 56 kbps. Standard. IX. Infrastructure and Communications continued Recommendations Local Area Network 1. Continue Expanding the Campus Wireless Technology: For those buildings on campus that would require expensive digging through existing parking lots, wireless connectivity should be considered. Also, wireless network access for both classroom and campus grounds use should be considered. Antennas could be placed on Nettle Hall/


Chapter 18: Security in Wireless Networks and Devices

go and bring communication in areas where it would be impossible with the traditional wired communication, wireless technology has been embraced by millions. It is based on wireless networking technology that includes WLAN, Wireless WAN, Web and an industry of wireless communication devices. Kizza - Guide to Computer Network Security Cellular Wireless Communication Network Infrastructure The wireless infrastructure, because of distance problems, is in most parts supported and complemented by other wired/


Mobile Communication and Mobile Computing

D Service D Carrier Service C Carrier Service B Carrier Service A Physical Layer Air Link Technology Wireless Session Protocol supports Client/Server context (shared state), optimization of content transmission offers semantics and mechanisms, which are based on HTTP and improvements for use in mobile radio networks with low-performance end-devices WSP overview (1) HTTP elements: Improvements: extensible request/reply methods extensible/


Mobile And Wireless Computing Dr. Michael Katchabaw The University of Western Ontario Department of Computer Science.

it must travel. –Quality of transmission decent. Mobile and Wireless Technology Terrestrial networks: –All network devices and users are located on Earth. –There tend to be two main kinds of terrestrial wireless networks: wide area networks (cellular networks) and local area networks (802.11, Bluetooth, and so on). Mobile and Wireless Technology Terrestrial networks: –Coverage areas relatively small. –Data rates vary with the technology. –Deployment costs vary, but usually much cheaper than satellite/


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compliant wireless technology backward compatible with 802.11b/g standards Breakthrough wireless performance at wired speed Multiple Wireless mode: AP, AP Client, Bridge P2P/P2mP, Repeater , WISP Supports WPA (PSK)/WPA2 (PSK) & 64/128-bit WEP & 802.11x Encryption Double firewalls: NAT and SPI Web-based advanced user interface Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) QoS controls network bandwidth WNRT-626 34 / 59 11n 300Mbps Wireless Network WNL/


WIRELESS LAN (WLAN) Selected topics Introduction – WLAN Standards

limited coverage and without the need for an infrastructure. Needed to connect different small devices in close proximity without expensive wiring or the need for a wireless infrastructure. Represents a single-chip, low-cost, radio-based wireless network technology. BLUETOOTH (II) Up to now Bluetooth is not a standard like IEEE 802.11 or HIPERLAN, but it soon become a de-facto standard – established/


E-Business Technologies1 Chapter 5 Wireless Technologies.

LAN standards E-Business Technologies3 Objectives In this chapter, you will learn to: Describe pager, cellular, satellite, and other wireless networks Describe the devices, protocols, and languages of the wireless Web Identify expectations for future wireless e- business E-Business Technologies4 Wireless E-Business Wireless technologies include: –Wireless LANs where laptop computers transmit documents to printers three feet away –Information transmitted between two PDAs –Location positioning from an/


Wireless (Security) Self-Test for fun Presented by: J.D. Fulp, CISSP-ISSEP Senior Lecturer of Computer Science Naval Postgraduate School.

c.Bluetooth—802.11—IrDA—WiMAX—GSM d.GSM—IrDA—Bluetooth—802.11--WiMAX MWC Q&A Session 27 Misc Wireless Terms/Technology  Which is the correct ordering for typical operating range? a.IrDA—Bluetooth—802.11—WiMax--GSM b.802./airport sanctioned wireless network) Section 2.7 MWC Q&A Session 75 Wireless STIG Overview  A recent study reported over 50 % of wireless devices identified during a wireless scan at several U.S. airports to be illegitimate (i.e., not part of the airport sanctioned wireless network) Whoa!/


Wireless and Broadband Networks Laboratory ◆ Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering ◆ National Taipei University of Technology / 38.

: //broadcast “throw_away” if (c > 0) tag_respond = tag(throw_away); if (tag_respond > 0) ad = ad + 1; tag(ad); start a new round; broadcast Nc; 28 Wireless and Broadband Networks Laboratory ◆ Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering ◆ National Taipei University of Technology / 38 What tag do when the reader broadcasts command “throw_away” to collision tag? ct : limit collision tags to respond to reader //Tag: //Receive/


CWNA Guide to Wireless LANs, Third Edition

Edition Chapter 13: Other Wireless Networks Objectives Define the technologies found in a wireless personal area network Explain the uses of a wireless metropolitan area network List the technologies of a wireless wide area network Describe the IEEE 802.11ac proposed standard CWNA Guide to Wireless LANs, Third Edition Wireless Personal Area Networks (IEEE 802.15) WPAN technologies: Bluetooth (802.15.1-2005) Ultrawideband (802.15.3c-2009) Low rate technologies (802.15.4) Body/


Chapter 3 Networking Media

known as the “demarcation point” Guide to Networking Essentials, Fifth Edition 4. Wireless Networking: Intangible Media 4.1. The Wireless World 4.2. Types of Wireless Networks 4.3. Wireless LAN Components 4.4. Wireless LAN Transmission 4.5. 802.11 Wireless Networking 4.6. Wireless Extended LAN Technologies 4.7. Wireless MAN: The 802.16 Standard 4.8. Microwave Networking Technologies Guide to Networking Essentials, Fifth Edition Wireless technologies continue to play an increasing role in all/


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.0 compliant wireless technology backward compatible with 802.11b/g standards Breakthrough wireless performance at wired speed Multiple Wireless mode: AP, AP Client, Bridge P2P/P2mP, Repeater Supports WPA (PSK)/WPA2 (PSK) & 64/128-bit WEP & 802.11x Encryption Double firewalls: NAT and SPI Web-based advanced user interface Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) QoS controls network bandwidth WNRT-626 34 / 63 11n 300Mbps Wireless Network WNL/


September 2010doc.: IEEE 15-10-0766-00-0psc SubmissionSoo-Young Chang, CSUS, et al Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks.

-10-0766-00-0psc SAMPLE PARS FROM OTHER STANDARDS (5) 15.6 Title of Standard: : Standard for Information Technology - Telecommunications and Information Exchange Between Systems - Local and Metropolitan Area Networks - Specific Requirements - Part 15.6: Wireless Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)used in or around a body. Scope: This is a standard for short range/


Telecom, Wireless & Networks

Global Positioning System (GPS) uses satellites to pinpoint the location of receivers on earth. Emergency Call Wireless Technologies Wireless Fidelity (IEEE 802.11s), or Wi-fi, is wireless networking technology that makes use of access points to connect devices to networks. 250-1,000 ft range 802.11b 4.5 Mbps 802.11g 11 Mbps www.boingo.com http://talgov.com/citytlh/utilities/ubcs/canopy.html Access/


Telecom, Wireless & Networks

satellites to pinpoint the location of receivers on earth. Child Safety Wirless Technologies The Global Positioning System (GPS) uses satellites to pinpoint the location of receivers on earth. Emergency Call Wireless Technologies Wireless Fidelity (IEEE 802.11s), or Wi-fi, is wireless networking technology that makes use of access points to connect devices to networks. 250-1,000 ft range 802.11b 4.5 Mbps 802.11g 11/


1. INTRODUCTION SENSOR NETWORKS ARCHITECTURE

of each other Densities as high as 20 nodes/m3 I.F.Akyildiz, W.Su, Y. Sankarasubramaniam, E. Cayirci, “Wireless Sensor Networks: A Survey”, Computer Networks (Elsevier) Journal, March 2002. Key technologies that enable sensor networks: Micro electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) Wireless communications Digital electronics Sensor Network Concept Sensors nodes are very close to each other Sensor nodes have local processing capability Sensor nodes can be randomly/


Department of Systems & Computer Engineering

Basics Importance of standards Tedious standardization process, amortization period  delay Generations of technologies: 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G Confusing terminology Role of ITU (circular/ for one application in one scenario Voice, outdoor, high power, mobile New Wireless: multimodal  Will have to be optimized for various applications in various scenarios /reuse Co-channel interference, multiple access interference Radio access network (RAN) Denser frequency reuse Increased capacity Increased interference Decreased/


Computer Network Systems

– Task 12 – Define the advantages and disadvantages of operating a Client Server network within a school environment. P1.6 – Network Layer Protocols Bluetooth - Bluetooth is the name of a short-range wireless network technology that’s designed to let devices connect to each other without need for cables or a Wi-Fi network access point. The two main uses for Bluetooth are to connect peripheral devices/


Agenda Introduction Positioning of PAN/LAN/WAN

hardware access points (HAP) Wired Network Client Wired Network Wireless Clients Access Point Wireless Network Server Infrastructure Software Access Points which run on a computer equipped with a wireless network interface card as used in an ad-hoc or peer-to-peer wireless network Wired Client Wireless Client Software Access Point Wired Network Wireless Network Server Wireless Client IEEE 802.11 Wireless networking hardware requires the use of underlying technology that deals with radio frequencies as/


Mobile Internet Wireless Network Architectures and Applications

Interactive Internet Enter name: 010011010011110110010011011011011101010010011010 Content encoding HTTP/HTML WAP Sridhar Iyer IIT Bombay Source: WAP Forum WHY WAP? Wireless networks and phones WAP have specific needs and requirements not addressed by existing Internet technologies WAP Enables any data transport TCP/IP, UDP/IP, GUTS (IS-135/6), SMS, or USSD. Optimizes the content and air-link protocols Utilizes plain Web HTTP 1/


6.1 © 2007 by Prentice Hall 6 Chapter Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology.

.2 © 2007 by Prentice Hall STUDENT OBJECTIVES Essentials of Business Information Systems Chapter 6 Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology Describe the features of telecommunications networks and identify key networking technologies. Evaluate alternative transmission media, types of networks, and network services. Demonstrate how the Internet and Internet technology work and how they support communication and e-business. 6.3 © 2007 by Prentice Hall Identify and describe the principal/


"Emerging Disruptive Technologies to 3G"

/ CDMA2000 1X WAP 802.11a Personal Domain 4G IPv6 Multi Channel App Gateways E911 BREW UWB MMS Adhoc Networking Wireless E-mail SMS SW Defined Radio Wireless PDA /Smart phones Bluetooth Technology Trigger Mesh Networks Key findings of Gartner’s latest Wireless Networking Hype Cycle: Next generation wireless: This network capability is now well understood with launches in North America encompassing full population coverage in 2.5 G GPRS/


CWNA Guide to Wireless LANs, Second Edition

transmitted radio signal Depending on device A Look at Wireless Technologies Wireless technology woven throughout many aspects of life Useful to get overview of some current technologies in today’s wireless world Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity): Based on standard that transmits at up to 11 Mbps Computers on WLAN must have wireless network interface cards (wireless NIC or Wireless adapter) Performs same basic functions as standard NIC, plus/


Wireless Networking Technologies WLAN, WiFi Mesh and WiMAX

Wireless Networking Technologies WLAN, WiFi Mesh and WiMAX Sridhar Iyer K R School of Information Technology IIT Bombay sri@it.iitb.ac.in http://www.it.iitb.ac.in/~sri Course Outline Wireless Networks RF Basics WiFi Overview Difference from wired Mobility RF Basics Frequency, modulation Medium access control WiFi Overview Basic elements Standards and variants WiMaX Overview Wireless/ can be captured from a wireless network Sridhar Iyer IIT Bombay Wireless security technologies SET for transaction security S//


Overview of Wireless Sensor Networks

personal area (WPAN), local area (WLAN), wide area (WWAN), and other networks It will make specific recommendations on the use of WPAN, WLAN, and WWAN wireless networks to facilitate medical data transport in various healthcare settings Specifically, technology protocols will be recommended to facilitate plug-and-play compatibility between (POC) medical devices and wireless networks to an end server or attending healthcare professional Medical data may/


Tutorial 7 Wireless Networking and Security

frequency New Perspectives on The Internet, Seventh Edition Evolution of Wireless Networks 35G wireless networks use a new network protocol called Universal Mobile Telephone Service (UMTS), which is an extension of the existing 3G network, to provide network connections of up to 10 Mbps Fourth-generation wireless networks (4G wireless) Also called 3G wireless and beyond networks 4G technology is expected to bring network connection speeds of up to 100 Mbps and deliver high/


Security Awareness Chapter 5 Wireless Network Security.

an attacker must do in order to connect Security Awareness, 3 rd Edition18 3 rd Connecting (cont’d.) Figure 5-9 Connecting to a wireless network Security Awareness, 3 rd Edition19 Course Technology/Cengage Learning Connecting (cont’d.) Some wireless security sources encourage users to configure APs to prevent the beacon from including the SSID –Does not provide protection Security Awareness, 3 rd Edition20/


LTE Futures Dinner Talk Next Generation Mobile Networks – NGMN – Partner Forum 14 April 2010 Turin, Italy Adam Drobot President, Advanced Technology Solutions.

Drobot – NGMN Partner Forum – Turin, Italy – 14 April 2010 – 50 Shape of the Industry & Underlying Infrastructure: Network Layers Adam Drobot – NGMN Partner Forum – Turin, Italy – 14 April 2010 – 51 Agenda  Trends and Projections –Adoption Curves (long term views) –Wireless Use Patterns – History & Future –Global Penetration –Infrastructure  Technologies –User Equipment –ICT –Roadmaps  Digitization – Beyond 4G –Stages and Evolution –The 5G and 6G World –IP/


Local Area Networks (LANs)

the type of Internet access to purchase? Activity 2-1: Reviewing WAN technology concepts Match each technology with the correct description 1. SONET A central connection point for wireless network clients 2. ISDN PRI B. A central connection location for incoming and/ or the 5-GHz band, offering speeds up to 300 Mbps, and also supports streaming technologies D. Specifies security mechanisms with strong encryption for wireless networks that use other 802.11 specifications E. Operates at up to 54 Mbps in the 5/


Network+ Guide to Networks 6th Edition

8 Wireless Networking Objectives Explain how nodes exchange wireless signals Identify potential obstacles to successful wireless transmission and their repercussions, such as interference and reflection Understand WLAN (wireless LAN) architecture Network+ Guide to Networks, 6th Edition Objectives (cont’d.) Specify the characteristics of popular WLAN transmission methods, including 802.11 a/b/g/n Install and configure wireless access points and their clients Describe wireless WAN technologies, including/


McGraw-Hill/Irwin ©2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies, All Rights Reserved CHAPTER 7 NETWORKS, TELECOMMUNICATIONS, AND WIRELESS COMPUTING.

include: –Cellular phones and pagers –Global positioning systems (GPS) –Cordless computer peripherals –Home-entertainment-system control boxes –Two-way radios –Satellite television 7-36 WIRELESS FIDELITY (WI-FI) Disruptive wireless technologies –WiMax wireless broadband – enables wireless networks to extend as far as 30 miles –Radio frequency identification tags (RFID) – potential to reinvent the supply chain –Micro hard drives – offer gigabyte-level storage capacity and rapid data/


Computer Networks and Internets, 5e By Douglas E. Comer

Wireless Networking Technologies © 2009 Pearson Education Inc., Upper Saddle River, NJ. All rights reserved. Topics Covered 16.1 Introduction 16.2 A Taxonomy of Wireless Networks 16.3 Personal Area Networks (PANs) 16.4 ISM Wireless Bands Used by LANs and PANs 16.5 Wireless LAN Technologies/5 summarizes the three key multiplexing techniques used in Wi-Fi wireless networks  Each technique has advantages Thus, when a wireless technology is defined, the designers choose an appropriate multiplexing technique © /


ECSE 6961 Wireless Broadband: Introduction

MBOA PAN ETSI HiperPAN Tradeoffs: Mobility/Coverage/BitRate Wireless LANs: WiFi/802.11 Based on the IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n family of standards, and is primarily a local area networking technology designed to provide in-building or campus broadband/-exempt LAN operation 802.16 is optimized for license-exempt and licensed MAN operation. Status of Wireless Broadband Today Despite many promising technologies, the reality of a wide-area network that … … services many users at high data rates … …. (fixed and mobile) …/


9.1 © 2006 by Prentice Hall 9 Chapter The Wireless Revolution.

workers take less time to establish contact with people and to access information. THE WIRELESS COMPUTING LANDSCAPE Business Value of Wireless Networking Management Information Systems Chapter 9 The Wireless Revolution 9.8 © 2006 by Prentice Hall THE WIRELESS COMPUTING LANDSCAPE Companies can save on wiring offices, moving, and making network changes by using wireless networks. Wireless technology has also been the source of new products, services, and sales channels in/


1 Wireless and Mobility Architectures Expectations and Requirements for GENI Sanjoy Paul (Moderator) Wireless Information Network Laboratory (WINLAB),

research and experiments? Specifically, if GENI were built to support networking research in wired network with wireless as the first (last) hop access technology, would that be sufficient for you to conduct your wireless/mobility research? Why or why not? [RK] If the wireless network is a stub to GENI, what is new? Dont we already have wireless networks that work fine as stubs to the Internet? Sure, it/


Introduction To Wireless World Speaker: Jerry Gao Ph.D. San Jose State University URL:

Ph.D. San Jose State University email: jerrygao@email.sjsu.edu URL: http://www.engr.sjsu.edu/gaojerry Topic: Introduction To Wireless World - Needs and Trends - Wireless Market - Technology Trends - History of Wireless Data and Network - Major Benefits and Advantages - Wireless Spectrum - Wireless Frequency Bands - Wireless Technologies - Issues and Challenges Jerry Gao Ph.D.8/20000 Presentation Outline All Rights Reserved Source: http://www.eurotechnology.com/imode/faq-wap/


A+ Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your PC, 7e

to Managing and Maintaining Your PC, 7e Chapter 17 Networking Essentials Concepts Hardware devices used for networking Types of networks Networking protocols and standards Connecting a computer to a network Troubleshooting network connections A+ Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your PC, 7e Networking Technologies Computer network Two or more computers communicating Categorized by size and physical area covered PAN, LAN, Wireless LAN, MAN, WAN Bandwidth: theoretical data transmission rate Data/


Chapter 4: Wireless Internet

and enhanced services to mobile devices and users (mobile phones, PDAs) independence from wireless network standards open for everyone to participate, protocol specifications will be proposed to standardization bodies /- Wireless Datagram Protocol Protocol of the transport layer within the WAP architecture uses directly transports mechanisms of different network technologies offers a common interface for higher layer protocols allows for transparent communication using different transport technologies (GSM/


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