Top 4 Wireless Communication Technologies that is Dominating the...

Top 4 Wireless Communication Technologies that is Dominating the Global Market

By Enterprise Networking Mag | Tuesday, July 07, 2020

Wireless communication is one of the essential mediums of transmission of data or information to other devices.

FREMONT, CA: The term wireless means the communication or transmission of information over a distance without requiring wires, cables, or any other electrical conductors. The communication is set, and the data is sent through the air, without the need for any cables, by leveraging electromagnetic waves like radio infrared, frequencies, satellite, and so on, in a wireless communication technology network. The first wireless communication systems were introduced at the end of the 19th century. The technology has significantly developed over the intervening and subsequent years.  

In recent days, wireless communication technology has emerged to be an integral part of several types of communication devices. It enables users to communicate from remote areas as well. The tools leveraged for wireless communication are cordless telephones, mobiles, GPS units, ZigBee technology, wireless computer parts, and satellite television, and so on. Here are the four types of wireless communication technologies dominating the global market.

Wireless Networking

Wireless Networking technologies connect numerous computers, systems, and devices without wires or cables: a wireless local area network and WLAN falls under Wi-Fi.

Satellite

Top 10 Wireless Technology Companies - 2019Satellite communication is a wireless technology that is widely spread worldwide, allowing users to stay connected virtually anywhere. The Satellites leveraged in this mode of communication, communicate directly with the orbiting satellites through radio signals. A Portable satellite phone and modems have more powerful broadcasting abilities than the cellular devices as they possess a high range, other than being more expensive in terms of cost than their counterparts.

WiMAX

Many wireless broadband systems offer fast Web surfing without being connected through cable or DSL. Although WiMAX can deliver data rates of more than 30 Megabits per second, the providers give an average of 0 data rates of 6 Mbps and deliver less, making the service slower than the hard-wired broadband. The total cost of the data available using WiMAX varies widely with the distance from the transmitter. 

Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi is a type of low-power wireless communication used by many electronic devices such as laptops, systems, smartphones, and many more. A wireless router acts as the communication hub in the Wi-Fi setup. These networks are limited in range due to the low power of transmissions allowing users to connect only within proximity to a router or signal repeater. Wi-Fi is standard in home networking applications, which provides portability without any need for cables. Wi-Fi networks have to be secured with passwords for security purposes to avoid being accessed by others.

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