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  1. Where is wireless technology useful
  2. Radio transmission
  3. Wave propogation
  4. Note
  5. Satellite transmission
  6. Low Earth Orbit (LEO)
  7. Iridium telecom system
  8. Geosynchronous Earth Orbit (GEO)
  9. Polar orbit
  10. A satellite's coverage area
  11. Satellite advantages and disadvantages
  12. Microwave transmission
  13. Uses
  14. Applications
  15. Advantages
  16. Disadvantages
  17. Infrared communication
  18. Bibliography

This presentation is about wireless transmission.It begins with the definition of "wireless" and explains its usage.Further topics include description about radio transmission (with diagrams),satellite transmission,parts of satellite and one of its type LEO(Low Earth Orbii).It then moves to an explanation of Iridium Telecom System,GEO(Geosynchronous Earth Orbit) satellite,PO(Polar Orbit) Satellite along with the satellite's advantages and disadvantages.Next topic includes the types of satellites based on application.There is also a description of microwave transmission including its uses,applications,advantages and disadvantages.The conclusion is made with a note on infrared communications.

[...] It refers to wireless( 802.11 Where wireless is useful? Sometimes wireless is implemented in areas where network cable is difficult to install Useful for people who are constantly on the move such as doctors and nurses Isolated areas and bulidings Departments where the physical setting changes frequently. Structures, such as historical buildings, where cabling would be difficult. Transmissions and receptions are achieved by means of an antenna and can be Directional Point-to-point focused beams employing high frequencies. Omni directional Waves propagating in all directions using signals of lower frequencies. [...]


[...] It refers to wireless( 802.11 Where wireless is useful? Sometimes wireless is implemented in areas where network cable is difficult to install Useful for people who are constantly on the move such as doctors and nurses Isolated areas and buildings Departments where the physical setting changes frequently. Structures, such as historical buildings, where cabling would be difficult. Transmissions and receptions are achieved by means of an antenna and can be Directional Point-to-point focused beams employing high frequencies. Omni directional Waves propagating in all directions using signals of lower frequencies. [...]


[...] It refers to wireless( 802.11 Where wireless is useful? Sometimes wireless is implemented in areas where network cable is difficult to install Useful for people who are constantly on the move such as doctors and nurses Isolated areas and bulidings Departments where the physical setting changes frequently. Structures, such as historical buildings, where cabling would be difficult. Transmissions and receptions are achieved by means of an antenna and can be Directional Point-to-point focused beams employing high frequencies. Omni directional Waves propagating in all directions using signals of lower frequencies. [...]

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