Wireless Network Coexistence deals with the integration and practical applications of the entire gamet of wireless services, including Wi-Fi, Wi-Media, ZigBee, and Bluetooth. It discusses what each of the services has to offer, what can be accomplished with each, and how each fits into an integrated wireless solution. * Covers all qflavorsq of 802.11: a, b, and g * Explores 802.15 and its applications in home automation * Includes cutting-edge information on Wi-Media, still in the draft stage of becoming a standard Contents: Introduction * Indoor RF Propagation and Diversity Techniques * Basic Modulation and Coding * Advanced Modulation and Coding * Radio Performance * Medium Access Control * Passive Coexistence * Active Coexistence * Coexistence with Other ServicesAmong these are the following: m Human interface device Provides a wireless connection of the mouse, keyboard, joystick ... Audio/video remote control Controls multimedia devices in a manner similar to infrared but without the line-of -sight requirement. ... are separate entities, such as a PCMCIA card containing the lower layers and a laptop computer hosting the upper layers, ... The radio completes the physical layer by providing a transmitter and receiver for two-way communication.
|Title||:||Wireless Network Coexistence|
|Author||:||Robert K. Morrow|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing - 2004|