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- Wireless Mesh Networks for Public Safety and Crisis Management Applications. Portmann, Marius; Pirzada, Asad Amir // IEEE Internet Computing;Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p18
Wireless mesh networks (WMNs) are multihop wireless networks with self-healing and self-configuring capabilities. These features, plus the ability to provide wireless broadband connectivity at a comparatively low cost, make WMNs a promising technology for a wide range of applications. While...
- Impact of Group Mobility on QoS of Mobile WiMAX (IEEE 802.16e) Network with CBR Application. Bala, Kranti; Ahuja, Kiran // International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science;Mar/Apr2012, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p253
IEEE 802.16e is a wireless broadband network standard aimed at providing robust, high data rate mobile communication. With a modified IEEE 802.16e standard, it becomes possible to provide robust group mobility in battle zone or emergency operations that require centralized control. In these...
- NETWORK'S VIABILITY WILL HINGE ON TYPE, COST OF ACCESS. Werner, Charles // Urgent Communications;Dec2008, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p35
The author looks at the role of type and cost of access in the viability of a nationwide wireless broadband network for public safety in the U.S. He stresses the need to provide priority access on communications to public safety. He cites the importance of financing the network and making the...
- Public safety needs to avoid making a deal with the devil. Werner, Charles // Urgent Communications Exclusive Insight;2/14/2012, p3
In this article the author argues against the provision of some of the existing spectrum of the public-safety sector in exchange of ceding the D Block to the sector. He describes the advantages and disadvantages of the wireless broadband network. He calls on the public-safety sector to exercise...
- It's About Time. Towns, Steve // Government Technology;Sep2011, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p6
The author discusses the inability of most people to use their cell phones after a 5.8 magnitude earthquake hit Washington, D.C. on August 23, 2011. He notes that this disruption shows that commercial cell networks cannot meet public safety needs in an emergency and cites renewed calls a...
- Lining Up For Broadband. Galatowitsch, Sheila // Wireless Week;06/05/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 23, p1A
Discusses broadband communication systems through fixed wireless networks. Revenue from fixed wireless technology; Telecommunication companies offering broadband and wireless communication systems or integrated communication providers. INSET: Competing Against Cable.
- Ensuring A Fixed Future. Greenbaum, Michael // Wireless Week;1/14/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p3
Discusses whether there are future directions for fixed wireless broadband in the U.S. Ways to approach the issue; Importance of marketing and implementation; Issues that will influence the success of fixed wireless broadband in other countries.
- Broadband wireless solutions for global business. Arora, Suresh; Nagpaul, Alika // Telecommunications - International Edition;Sep98, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p83
Explains the impact of changes in spectrum availability and the development of faster microprocessors on broadband wireless communication technology. Long-distance infrastructures based on fiber optic systems'; Technology issues attributed to the realization of broadband technologies.
- NORTEL AND XILINX JOIN HIPERLAN2 GLOBAL FORUM. // LAN Product News;Nov2000, p1
Reports the participation of Nortel and Xilinx Inc. in the HiperLAN2 Global Forum for the promotion of broadband wireless technology HiperLAN2 in Texas. Increase of high bandwidth communication connections demand; Advantages of using HiperLAN2 wireless networking; Importance of high bandwidth...