Monday, August 2, 2010

Wireless Communications and Mobile Technology

Wireless LAN technology is gaining broad acceptance and being adopted world-wide in organizations that clamor for competitive advantage of an increasingly mobile and highly productive workforce. The WAP 2000 series access point, which sets the enterprise standard for secure, manageable and reliable wireless LANs while also providing a smooth migration path to future high-speed wireless LAN technologies. This innovative, state-of-the art wireless infrastructure platform features dual-band functionality that simultaneously supports current and emerging wireless standards.One of the most innovative aspects of the WAP 2000 series access point is that it is both software and hardware upgrade their software to take advantage of new features that DAX will develop in the future, but they also will be able to upgrade the radios in the field to take advantage of new high-speed wireless standards.

WIMAX (world-wide interoperability for microwave access) is the IEEE 802.16 standards based wireless technology that provides MAN (metropolitan area network) broad band connectivity. WIMAX can offer a solution to what is normally called the“last-ile”problem by connecting individual homes and business offices Communications. It is to be less expensive than their wired counterparts,such as digital subscriber lines (DSL). This will now be able to enjoy high-speed internet access since distance up to 30miles (50km) are supported.

“No wires, No rules”. Zooming down the highway, you will be able to use a laptop or PDA to check the weather or traffic a few miles ahead. From physical issues up to applications aspects, Mobile Ad hoc networking in Wi-Fi (wireless-fidelity) comprehensively covers all areas of the technology including protocols and models with an emphasis on the most current research and development. To understand wireless technology trends and to see why non infrastructure-based Mobile Ad hoc networks are poised to play an important role in the evolution of future wireless networks. It helps in the evolution path of different technology generations.