The following are the key advantages of wireless Internet (thin client) architecture:
Minimal to zero software deployment. This allows applications to be deployed without any additional client-side configuration. Updates to these applications are also straightforward since only the server has to be updated.
Extends Internet computing model. Many corporate applications are based on the Internet model. Wireless [...]
Multiplexing is a term used to describe how a signal can be divided among multiple users. This spectrum sharing allows wireless operators to maximize the use of their spectrum to accommodate a large number of users over fewer channels. For digital systems, three main multiplexing techniques are being used for wide area networks: frequency division, [...]
A wireless technology that enables short-range wireless data connections between devices. The name came from: Harald Bluetooth, a Viking and king of Denmark from the years 940 to 981, was renown for his ability to help people communicate. During his reign, he united Denmark and Norway.
Bluetooth wireless technology is a worldwide specification for low-cost radio [...]