Wireless - Categories of Wireless Implementations, Devices and Standards

Categories of Wireless Implementations, Devices and Standards

  • Radio communication system
  • Broadcasting
  • Amateur radio
  • Land Mobile Radio or Professional Mobile Radio: TETRA, P25, OpenSky, EDACS, DMR, dPMR
  • Cordless telephony:DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications)
  • Cellular networks: 0G, 1G, 2G, 3G, Beyond 3G (4G), Future wireless
  • List of emerging technologies
  • Short-range point-to-point communication : Wireless microphones, Remote controls, IrDA, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), TransferJet, Wireless USB, DSRC (Dedicated Short Range Communications), EnOcean, Near Field Communication
  • Wireless sensor networks: ZigBee, EnOcean; Personal area networks, Bluetooth, TransferJet, Ultra-wideband (UWB from WiMedia Alliance).
  • Wireless networks: Wireless LAN (WLAN), (IEEE 802.11 branded as Wi-Fi and HiperLAN), Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks (WMAN) and (LMDS, WiMAX, and HiperMAN)

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