I want to know how technological objects tick. Why? Because learning is a life long process and learning is fun. What is involved in the deployment of technological objects like a mobile phone, a high frequency (HF) transceiver or a wireless system such as WorldWide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX)?
What makes all of my wireless world function much like ham radio?
WorldWide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX) According To Motorola.
I'm drawn into WiMAX for its wireless functionality, radio frequency (RF) spectrum usage, sheer curiosity, and game changing footprint. My mobile phone is wireless. My computer connected to Internet is wireless. My world is evolving into a wireless world.
And what makes this work?
Motorola wi4 WiMAX.
- Motorola’s WiMAX solutions are based on the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc. (IEEE) 802.16e-2005 standard for fixed and mobile applications.
- Focused on licensed bands primarily 2.5GHz, 3.5GHz and 2.3GHz.
- WiMAX is a wireless alternative with greater range and bandwidth.
Additionally, I'm noting an interesting term for the first time, teledensity.
My Learning Curve.
- Scalable - Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (S-OFMDA) is more bits per hertz.
- What is multiple input, multiple output (MIMO)? Would that mean voice, data, and video.
- Smart antennas?
I've asked more questions than I actually answered. Let's see what happens around here as 2009 gets underway?
73 from the shackadelic.