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9 Chapter The Wireless Revolution

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THE WIRELESS COMPUTING LANDSCAPE Business Value of Wireless Networking Wireless correspondence helps organizations effectively stay in contact with clients, suppliers, and representatives. Remote systems administration expands specialist efficiency and yield, as laborers take less time to build up contact with individuals and to get to data.

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THE WIRELESS COMPUTING LANDSCAPE Business Value of Wireless Networking (Continued) Companies can save money on wiring workplaces, moving, and rolling out system improvements by utilizing remote systems. Remote innovation has likewise been the wellspring of new items, administrations, and deals diverts in an assortment of commercial ventures, e.g. OnStar, Starbucks "problem areas".

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THE WIRELESS COMPUTING LANDSCAPE Wireless Transmission Media and Devices All remote media depend on different parts of the electromagnetic range. Microwave frameworks transmit high-recurrence radio signs through the air. Correspondence satellites are utilized for geologically scattered associations.

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Figure 9-2 THE WIRELESS COMPUTING LANDSCAPE Frequency Ranges for Communications Media and Devices

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THE WIRELESS COMPUTING LANDSCAPE Cellular Network Standards and Generations Standards: Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA)

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THE WIRELESS COMPUTING LANDSCAPE Cellular Generations: 1G: Analog cell systems for voice correspondence 2G: Digital remote systems, principally for voice correspondence; constrained information transmission capacity

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THE WIRELESS COMPUTING LANDSCAPE Cellular Generations: (Continued) 2.5G: Interim stride toward 3G in the United States 3G: High-speed; portable; underpins video and other rich media; dependably on transmission for email, Web scanning, texting

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THE WIRELESS COMPUTING LANDSCAPE Mobile Wireless Standards for Web Access Wireless Application Protocol (WAP): Uses Wireless Markup Language (WML) and microbrowsers I-mode: Uses minimized HTML and takes into consideration ceaseless association

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Figure 9-4 THE WIRELESS COMPUTING LANDSCAPE Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) versus I-mode

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WIRELESS COMPUTER NETWORKS AND INTERNET ACCESS The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) set up a pecking order of integral guidelines for remote PC systems. Worldwide Wireless Network Standards: IEEE 802.15 (Bluetooth) for the Personal Area Network (PAN) IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi) for the Local Area Network (LAN) Table 9-2

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WIRELESS COMPUTER NETWORKS AND INTERNET ACCESS Global Wireless Network Standards: (Continued) IEEE 802.16 (WiMax) for the Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) IEEE 802.20 (proposed) standard for the Wide Area Network (WAN) Table 9-2 (Continued)

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WIRELESS COMPUTER NETWORKS AND INTERNET ACCESS Bluetooth Can interface up to 8 gadgets in 10-m zone Low power prerequisites

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WIRELESS COMPUTER NETWORKS AND INTERNET ACCESS Wi-Fi Three measures: 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g Infrastructure mode: Devices use access point to speak with wired system Ad-hoc mode (shared): Wireless gadgets discuss straightforwardly with each other

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Figure 9-5 WIRELESS COMPUTER NETWORKS AND INTERNET ACCESS A Bluetooth Network (PAN)

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Networks in Cars Bluetooth in Volvo Cars http://www.volvocars.us/NR/rdonlyres/A268421D-9F15-4F3F-840A-84F2E44227C6/328014/BluetoothSellSheefinal120805t.pdf

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Figure 9-6 WIRELESS COMPUTER NETWORKS AND INTERNET ACCESS A 802.11 Wireless LAN

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M-COMMERCE AND MOBILE COMPUTING M-business: The utilization of the Internet for acquiring merchandise and benefits furthermore to transmit messages utilizing remote cell phones Mobile processing: Enables web empowered PDAs, PDAs, and different remote registering gadgets to get to computerized data on the Internet from any area

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M-COMMERCE AND MOBILE COMPUTING M-Commerce Services and Applications Information-based administrations: Instant informing, email, hunting down a motion picture or eatery utilizing a PDA or handheld PDA Transaction-based administrations: Purchasing stocks, show tickets, music, or recreations; scanning at the best cost for a thing utilizing a PDA and purchasing it in a physical store or on the Web Table 9-3

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M-COMMERCE AND MOBILE COMPUTING M-Commerce Services and Applications (Continued) Personalized administrations: Services that suspect what a client needs taking into account that individual\'s area or information profile, for example, redesigned aircraft flight data or radiating coupons for adjacent eateries Table 9-3 (Continued)

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Figure 9-8 M-COMMERCE AND MOBILE COMPUTING Customer Personalization with the Ubiquitous Internet

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M-COMMERCE AND MOBILE COMPUTING Accessing Information from the Wireless Web Wireless gateways: Content and administrations enhanced for littler screens of cell phones to direct clients to the data they are well on the way to need Voice entries: Accept voice orders for getting to Web content, email, and other electronic applications from a PDA or standard phone

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M-COMMERCE AND MOBILE COMPUTING Digital Payment Systems and M-Commerce Micropayment framework Individual administration suppliers run their own particular separate installment frameworks Small installments included to single bill Stored installment framework Cell telephone furnished with keen card putting away rechargeable electronic money Mobile Wallets (m-Wallets): Store individual information to use in online exchanges

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M-COMMERCE AND MOBILE COMPUTING M-Commerce Challenges Slow information exchange speeds on second-era cell systems, bringing about higher expenses to client Limited memory and influence supplies

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M-COMMERCE AND MOBILE COMPUTING M-Commerce Challenges (Continued) More Web destinations should be outlined particularly for little remote gadgets. Consoles and screens on PDAs are still small and ungainly to utilize.

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WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY IN THE ENTERPRISE Wireless Applications for Customer Relationship Management Wireless CRM empowers deals and field administration experts to: Access client account records and data whenever or area

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WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY IN THE ENTERPRISE Wireless Applications for Customer Relationship Management (Continued) Update client records and arrangement data to upgrade client database promptly Receive cautions to vital occasions Enter, perform, and redesign exchanges and item data

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Figure 9-9 WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY IN THE ENTERPRISE Pitney Bowes\' Wireless CRM System

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WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY IN THE ENTERPRISE Wireless Supply Chain Management (SCM) and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Wireless inventory network administration frameworks: Provide synchronous precise data about interest, supply, creation, and logistics as products move among store network accomplices Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) frameworks: Provide a capable innovation for following the development of merchandise all through the inventory network

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Figure 9-10 WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY IN THE ENTERPRISE How RFID Works

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WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY IN THE ENTERPRISE Wireless in Health Care Wireless Applications: Electronic Medical Record (EMR) recovery Wireless note taking for patient graphs Lab test results Prescription era Medical databases

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WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY IN THE ENTERPRISE Wireless Sensor Networks and Pervasive Computing Wireless sensor systems (WSNs): Networks of interconnected remote gadgets that are inserted into the physical environment to give estimations of numerous focuses over extensive spaces

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WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY IN THE ENTERPRISE Wireless Sensor Networks and Pervasive Computing (Continued) Pervasive processing: Wireless advances are pushing registering into each feature of life, including autos, homes, office structures, instruments and industrial facilities; giving associations anyplace and at whatever time.

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Figure 9-11 WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY IN THE ENTERPRISE A Wireless Sensor Network Source: From Jason Hill, Mike Horton, Ralph King, and Lakshman Krishnamurthy, "The Platforms Enabling Wireless Sensor Networks," Communications of the ACM 47 , no. 6 (June 2004).

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MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES, CHALLENGES, AND SOLUTIONS Management Opportunities: Wireless innovation offers: Flexible business forms Business forms not restricted by time or space New channel for speaking with customer Source of new items and administrations

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MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES, CHALLENGES, AND SOLUTIONS Management Challenges: Integrating remote innovation into the company\'s IT foundation Maintaining security and protection

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MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES, CHALLENGES, AND SOLUTIONS Solution Guidelines: The accompanying are a portion of the rules for overseeing versatile innovation in the venture: Identifying regions in which remote can give esteem Creating an administration structure for remote innovation Using a test case program before full-scale rollout of remote frameworks

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