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    These ways, which are defined as languages, supported the ability to communicate, providing one of the most essential instincts needed by mankind. For not over than few tens of meters, man’s sheer voice formed the first and simplest humanist wireless communication scheme, where the frequencies produced from the man's throat vibrates the surrounding air molecules and spread to reach the receiver's ear. Man discovered that converting his throat vibrations, and hence his out-coming speech, into a corresponding

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    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 [10]. 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

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    drastically and led us to believe that our lives have changed for the better”(Martin, Alice). Today we have time to do everything except think (“Time to Do Everything”). The life we live now with wireless communication is undoubtedly fast paced compared to the life we lived before wireless communication. We used to be more patient with situations back then and our worries were not as ridiculous as forgetting to update our status. Today we have time to browse social networks and tweet about mindless

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    Overview Wireless communication is the fastest growing segment in the communications Industry. The ongoing convergence of networks and services are due to the continued evolution of cellular and other wireless networks and mobile operating systems capable of supporting packet-based transmissions and new software applications. Such success is due to more personalized web experience, a rapid expansion of social media and a significant surge in new media influencers and social networking, and the use

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    Wireless Communication Security

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    Wireless Communication Security Abstract In today’s society advances in technology are growing rapidly. Businesses and people are taking full advantage of the improving ways of transmitting data internally and externally. One of the mediums today in transmitting data is via wireless communication systems. It is obvious that this data will need to be secure for many reasons. These will be the questions I will pose in this paper. Will this be a secure means of transmitting data? How

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    Wireless communication has encouraged the practice of optimizing performance in wireless networks to achieve higher data rates and network coverage for the end user. Such strategies and methods will be examined to verify their validity and to introduce future solutions to the limitations of wireless communication systems. Wireless communication performance is affected by channel fading, path loss, and interference. There are several techniques that can be used to avoid signal degradation. At

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    Most Common Wireless Networking Access Methods Wireless communication has created an ever-evolving need for devices that are faster and applicable to a variety of lifestyle situations. As new devices are created, security measures have to be implemented and policies have to be adapted as the way we live changes in response to the technology available to us. Two of the most common wireless communication access methods are Bluetooth and WiFi. Bluetooth technology creates personal area connections

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    A wireless communication system is a system that allows communication between two or more users such as mobile communication systems, mobile to satellite communication process, satellite to satellite connection process, AM/FM broadcast solutions and under-water communication systems. The most widespread wireless communication system in the modern technological world is the mobile communication system that supports communication between cell users having wireless devices, for example cell phones

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    Wireless Communication Technology

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    explain the effectiveness of Wireless Communication, its advantages and disadvantages. This will include the different types of Wireless technologies and how they will make transmitting data easier or harder than ever. Also I will talk about Wired communication which is one of the older technologies but now we have several different types of media forms on wired communications and they all do a different job. Wireless Technologies could be satellite links or Radio communication. They all have good and

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    UNDERWATER WIRELESS COMMUNICATION The communication between any two entities can be either wired or wireless. The concept of wireless technology was started in the year 1923. As we all know that 70% of the earth is full covered with water. It was necessary to develop wireless network that can also work under water. Here arises the concept of acoustic waves. Acoustic wave’s works better in water .Also it can travel long distance inside water and are very fast than radio waves. The concept of underwater

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