DailyDirt: Smaller, Better, Faster Wireless

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The term wireless is a bit strange because it classifies a whole range of modern technology by the lack of a wire. Cordless technologies are getting better all the time, but the reliability and transfer speeds of wires are still superior in many ways. Thankfully, there are plenty of folks working on making wireless equipment that is faster and smaller, pushing the capabilities of wireless transmissions to make mobile devices better and better. Here are just a few notable milestones.

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ingemar wikman (user link) says:

wimax wireless spectrum

The first 802.16d standard wimax equipment for metropolitan areas operarated much differently then the newer 16e standard which is engineered strictly for mobile terminal devices.

Since their compact designs and form factors reduced battery life as mobile device processors needed to balance power with antenna gain to maintain the best signal reliability.

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