Wireless Technology Nowadays most technology is becoming wireless. These inventions are making our lives much easier, and in this fast-paced world we really need it. Although some of the technological developments are just making us lazy, like the remote control. Although it makes it easy for us, some people take advantage therefore it contributes to obesity. Most of the technology has been invented for the great demand on them, it has also helped medical advances.
Mobile phones have limited support ... ... middle of paper ... ...andard webpage and creates a smaller resolution and automatically adjust image sizes so it becomes mobile friendly. It also is beneficial for the creator, due only having one website, maintenance is easy and the webpage is cheaper than having two. Overall a mobile accessible website, has changed the way we view websites. It has created many opportunities for different website owners and companies to have more views of their website, through mobile phone devices. While the mobile phone is everyone’s best friend, most use their phone for internet services.
Wireless local area networks (WLANs) keep mobile workers connected without information technology (IT) professionals having to install wiring through out a building. Temporary workspaces can be set up and internet access can be made available in different meeting locations without the need to rewire. Wireless Internet service providers (WISPs) are also offering access at various locations that would make it convenient to travelers and mobile workers (Public Access, 2004). They are able to connect their laptops or other devices without wires or having to find a data port in airports or hotels. Unlike the past when employees worked from the same location, organizations today enjoy more freedom and flexibility in their workforces because of wireless local area networks (Cisco, 2004).
Wireless networking has proven to become a vital fragment in companies and homes. Wireless LANs has exemplified its advantage in mobility, productivity, convenience and deployment compared to wired LANs. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, IEEE, has continually expanded upon the original 802.11 as the popularity of Wireless LANs grew. The new standard for WLAN, 802.11ac, came from a history of standards dating back from 1997. The benefits of Wireless LAN has continually propagated as new stan... ... middle of paper ... ...lacing traditional Wi-Fi.
It is almost a no-brainer to get a wireless device (and) turn it on. You go over to your server; it identifies that it's there, and voilà! You're in action,” Erbschloe said. Wireless technology will also make the office more flexible, and therefore an easier place to work, he said. “It’s easier to reconfigure, move your stuff around.
Wireless LANs have gained popularity in areas such as the health-care, retail, manufacturing, warehousing and academia markets (Kurose, 2003). Some widely known wireless technology in use in devices includes, cameras, automobiles, security systems, and kitchen appliances. Wireless LANs use electro magnetic airwaves (radio or infrared) to transmit information from one point to another without relying on any physical connection (Dean, 2000). Radio waves often are referred to as radio carriers because they simply perform the function to delivering energy to a remote receiver. Networking firms have a range of technologies to choose from when constructing wireless LANs.
This enhances usability and in some sense, creativity. Wireless internet isn’t really that hard to setup. You need an access point, a server, and a laptop. After that, it’s all a matter of configurations and you’re in. The only real complaint that we heard about Wi-Fi is that there are security issues.
Introduction Wireless communication has improved dramatically in the last few years. Their networks are indispensable providing the means for mobility, city-wide Internet connectivity, distributed sensing and outdoor computing . It allows the transfer of messages between people that are on the other side of the world. Without wireless communications people would not have a lot of the devices many 21st century citizens could not live without, namely the smartphone. It is also required for devices using Bluetooth, remote controls, Wi-Fi; really any electrical devices that communicate via a wireless or wired channel .
Wireless Technology Wireless technology is an industry that has seen much growth and progress in the years following the inception of the internet and cell phones. Our society has progressed to the point to where we can no longer function without this technology. Business, travel, and everyday life now are dependant on wireless technology. Wireless technology is just what its name implies, communicating or computing without wires and phone lines. Wireless technology uses a variety of different devices such as desktop and laptop computers, personal digital assistants (PDA’s), cell phones, and many others.
Introduction Wireless network technology is the fastest rising sector of the communications market. An organization is adopting wireless networking technologies to address networking requirements in ever-increasing numbers (Whitman, ME & Mattord, HJ 2005). Wireless networks have demonstrated their ability to deliver increased productivity, convenience and freedom of movement to users and network installation flexibility to IT staff in organizations. As a result of wireless networks computer users have become more mobile. There is no need for users to be near the connection point to use internet (Solms, BV & Marais, E 2004).