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Unguided Media (Wireless/Unbound Transmission) Wireless communication technology, also known as WI-FI, is one where the transfer of information is done without the use of electrical conductors or "wires" as a medium. Wireless technology overcomes the inconvenience of using too many wires for communication, and in places where cabling would be practically impossible. It is also convenient where a lot of flexibility and mobility is inevitable. Wireless technology is applied in Local area networks (WLANs), extended local area networks using a wireless bridge, wireless wide area networks (WWANs), Wireless personal area networks(WPANs)and in mobile computing. The extraordinary convenience of wireless communications has placed an increased emphasis
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  • Spring '13
  • nmnm
  • Electromagnetic spectrum, microwave, WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY, Heinrich Hertz

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