Week 8 assignment- Wireless signals

Week 8 assignment- Wireless signals - Running head WIRELESS...

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Running head: WIRELESS SIGNALS 1 Wireless Signals Stephen D, James IT-242 John Tinney August 14, 2011 University of Phoenix (Axia College)
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WIRELESS SIGNALS 2 Wireless Signals There are different standards to wireless technology, which I believe in the future could limit the way that wireless technology runs. This technology would also limit the amount of power the wireless industries will have in the future. The 802.11 standards are how quick data can be transmitted from that certain type of hardware. If one observes the 802.11a, one can see that such uses the same core protocol as the original standards. This standard functions at 5GHz and permit up to 54Mb/s. Now we have the 802.11b which permits a maximum of 11Mb/s. These certain types of devices function at 2.4GHz range, but they usually have lots of interference from other devices such as a microwave. These standards restrict speed and how the data is transmitted. Wireless technology has progressed in the past 10 years. I do believe they will continue to become faster and faster in the future, but will always be limited due to interferences from other devices.
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2012 for the course UOP uop taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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Week 8 assignment- Wireless signals - Running head WIRELESS...

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