Wireless Signals - Wireless Signals 1 Wireless Signals Jason Van Sickle Axia College of University of Phoenix Wireless Signals Wireless Signals

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Wireless Signals 2 Wireless Signals There are many different types of wireless technologies out there in today’s technology world. The four types of wireless technologies I would like to talk about would be IR or Infrared, satellite signals, microwave signals, and radio systems. These types of systems send out information in different ways and strengths. All of these systems have their benefits and downfalls. Infrared is based on the use of infrared light signals. Infrared light is not visible by the human eye. This type of signal used LEDs and ILDs to send signals and photodiodes to receive signals. The frequencies that IR can operate are from 100 GHz to 1000 THz. The downfall is that it cannot penetrate physical objects such as walls and other obstacles. Since infrared signals cannot penetrate walls and is diluted by bright lights, the only use I can think of would be a very small office LAN or entertainment objects like remote controls. The next wireless technology I would like to talk about is satellite signals.
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2010 for the course IT242 AAFF0NMEL5 taught by Professor Everitt during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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