What is movable Computing?

March 31, 2012 § Leave a comment

Mobile computing refers to the use of small and transportable computing devices in wireless enabled networks that furnish wireless connections to a central main server. These devices include laptops, notebook Pcs, tablet Pcs, palmtops, personal digital assistant (Pdas) and other hand held devices. A radio-signaling expedient is installed inside these devices for receiving and transmitting electronic data.

Wireless networks use Wi-Fi(wireless fidelity) technology for providing network coverage to offices, group places, and other small workplaces. A wireless entrance point expedient is used to furnish wire free network coverage in the designated area. An entrance point expedient that is built on 802.11b and 802.11g Ieee (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) standards transmits data at 2.4 Ghz whereas devices that comply with 802.11a standards transmit at 5 Ghz.

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WiMax (Wireless Interoperability for Microwave Access) technology represents the next generation of wireless networking and can transmit data up to a length of forty-eight km. It can furnish a maximum networking speed of seventy Mbps. It provides much best facilities than Wi-Fi such as higher bandwidth and high data safety by using enhanced encryption schemes. It can furnish aid in both Line Of Sight (Los) and Non-Line Of Sight (Nlos) locations, but range may vary accordingly. WiMax supports any transportation protocols, and can act as the backbone network for an Isp(Internet aid provider) as well as telecom aid provider.

What is movable Computing?

Mobile computing devices can use any of these networks to entrance the Internet or associate to a Lan( local area network) or Wan(wide area network) server. They use networking software for adjusting expedient settings to suit definite network requirements.

Mobile computing has enabled users to remain linked while on the move. High end users can opt for satellite based networking which provides wireless connectivity anywhere in the world. However, this technology is costly and will take many years to become as affordable as Wi-Fi and WiMax.

What is movable Computing?


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