The Introduction to Wireless

Introduction to Wireless

Wireless – The term Wireless incorporates itself as the next Generation

This can be simply explained as the communication that is happening between two or more channels through Electromagnetic Waves in air without the typical Wiring part.


The introduction to WirelessThe above explained is called as wireless technology which means the way of transferring information through radio waves termed as radio frequency in the air.

The next comes the way of transferring called as wireless Networks, which is a methodology for establishing connection between equipment’s to various locations for the purpose of getting connected with Inter/intranet.

The introduction to Wireless

In order to establish the Wireless Network we have several technologies which can be referred from the below documentaries

Wimax /P2P – Wimax(Worldwide interoperability for microwave access), P2P(point to point). This comes on the route path of Wireless communication family. IEEE 802.11 xxx is the standard specially designed for Wireless and the later standards are the amendments to the original 802.11. Equipment’s has been designed to provide data rates of 30-40 megabit per-second on the initial stage and later on developed to provide data rate up to 1 Gbits per second.

Introduction to Wireless

Wimax can be shortly explained as single to many i.e , from a central Base station to many end customers., were in you can understand from the name P2P , means one to one., Concept remains the same but the technology varies upon the requirement.

Introduction to Wireless

The change in the revolution intern develops the Technology and based on the requirement the category gets widened and the performance of each technology is determined by a number of constraints which in depth can be explained in the coming days..

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