Wireless Technology

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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. Wireless technology just helps makes our lives run by smoother, than if we still had everything wired. The first wireless technology was the remote control. Televisions had knobs on them in order for people to be able to change the channels on it. Then there was the great invention of the remote control. This device made it easy for lazy people to change the channel without getting out of their seat, chair, bed, etc. Today most people do not remember the televisions, which did not use a remote control because they are so use to everything having a remote control. Now everything from television, VCRs, DVDs, home and car stereos have a remote control, even though most do not need them. Then the cordless phone became available. This was a great advantage because people are so busy nowadays that they do not even have time to sit and talk on the phone. People usually are doing something while talking on the phone, like cooking or cleaning, therefore people need to have the option of moving around while on the phone. Therefore, the cordless phone is a great improvement for these people especially. After the cordless phone came out, people wanted more. Therefore, the cell phone was invented, which gave people a wider range where they can use thei... ... middle of paper ... ...ly basis. What I learned from this assignment has been how wireless Internet works. Also, what can be improved in the wireless Internet. This has given me a better understanding of what technology people have not over come, and where they need a lot of work. Overall I learned a lot from the assignment. Bibliography Davidson, Paul. “FCC may let Wi-Fi go between TV signals.” USA Today. 13 May 2004: 3b. Flynn, Mary K., Maggaret Mannix, and Tim Smart. “Have Wi-Fi, will travel.” U.S. News & World Report. 5/10/04, Vol. 136 Issue 16, pEE8. Geier, Jim. “Home Wireless LAN Applications.” March 18, 2004. <http://www.wi -fiplanet.com/tutorials/article.php/3328001> Roush, Wade. “Getting Direction from Your Phone.” Technology Review. Jun 2004, Vol. 107 Issue 5, p26. Woodyard, Chris. “Foreign airlines put Wi-Fi in the sky.” USA Today. 10 May 2004: 1b.

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