An Overview Research on Wireless Communication Network
Advances in Wireless Communications and Networks
Volume 5, Issue 1, June 2019, Pages: 19-28
Received: Jul. 30, 2019; Accepted: Aug. 27, 2019; Published: Sep. 11, 2019
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Mohaiminul Islam, School of Intelligent Technology and Engineering, Chongqing University of Science and Technology, Chongqing, China
Shangzhu Jin, School of Intelligent Technology and Engineering, Chongqing University of Science and Technology, Chongqing, China
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Abstract
Communication Systems can be Wired or Wireless and the medium used for communication can be Guided or Unguided. In Wired Communication, the medium is a physical path like Co-axial Cables, Twisted Pair Cables and Optical Fiber Links etc. which guides the signal to propagate from one point to other. Such type of medium is called Guided Medium. The term wireless refers to the communication or transmission of information over a distance without requiring wires, cables or any other electrical conductors. Wireless communication is one of the important mediums of transmission of data or information to other devices. The Communication is set and the information is transmitted through the air, without requiring any cables, by using electromagnetic waves like radio frequencies, infrared, satellite, etc., in a wireless communication technology network. At the end of the 19th century, the first wireless communication systems were introduced and the technology has significantly been developed over the intervening and subsequent years. Today, the term wireless refers to a variety of devices and technologies ranging from smart phones to laptops, tabs, computers, printers, Bluetooth, etc. On the other hand, Wireless Communication doesn’t require any physical medium but propagates the signal through space. Since, space only allows for signal transmission without any guidance, the medium used in Wireless Communication is called Unguided Medium. In the present days, wireless communication system has become an essential part of various types of wireless communication devices, that permits user to communicate even from remote operated areas. There are many devices used for wireless communication like mobiles. Cordless telephones, GPS, Wi-Fi, satellite television and wireless computer parts. Current wireless phones include 3 and 4G networks, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi technologies. This paper is focused on elements of Wireless Communication system, Types of Wireless Communication, Advantage & Disadvantage of it, Smart city, wireless network security.
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Wireless Communication, Bluetooth, WALNs, Infrared Communication, Transmission, Network
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Mohaiminul Islam, Shangzhu Jin, An Overview Research on Wireless Communication Network, Advances in Wireless Communications and Networks. Vol. 5, No. 1, 2019, pp. 19-28. doi: 10.11648/j.awcn.20190501.13
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