Introduction to Wireless
|RFID | Wireless | Mobility|
Wireless connectivity and mobile communication is changing the way we do business, with modern organisations and professionals demanding Anytime and Anywhere Connectivity. The average business has long since moved away from paper based memo’s, to voicemail and email and is currently introducing real-time communication systems.
Wireless is an old-fashioned term for a radio transceiver (a mixed receiver and transmitter device), referring to its use in wireless telegraphy early on. In modern usage, wireless is a method of communication that uses low-powered radio waves to transmit data between devices. The term refers to communication without cables or cords, chiefly using radio frequency and infrared waves. Common uses include the various communications through the wireless networking of computers and cellular mobile phones.
- Wireless Technologies and Standards
- Elements / Categories of Wireless
- Wireless Devices
- Business Benefits of Wireless Solutions
- The RFID Centre and Wireless