Wireless Technology Essay

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Wireless Technology Paper
Stephen Wenclewicz,
Ronda Wilson, Matthew Tiemens,
Sheleada Wells, Annabelle Franklin
DeVry University
Tech, Society and Culture
LAS432
Professor Laurence Hornibrook

Table of Contents Introduction to Wireless Technology 4 Overview of Wireless Technology 5 Science that Drove Wireless Development 6 Signal Types 10 Wireless Network Infrastructure 12 History of Wireless Technology 15 Social Factors that Drove Wireless Technology 19 Wireless Technology Timeline 24 Political Effects on Development 28 Legal Issues Related to Wireless Technology 30 Legal Concerns Related to the Development of Wireless Technology 31 Economics in Relation to Wireless Technology 33 Psychological
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A way that the tribes overcame this issue was by setting up different points and each drummer would acknowledge the sender’s message by a series of beats on the drum. After the message was confirmed received then the message would be sent to the next receiver.
In the times of the American Indians, the tribes would use smoke signals as a form of wireless communication. The downside to this form of communication was the limited distance based on line of sight. Due to a limited alphabet and the issues, that the wind causes would increase the chances that the communication would be lost or misinterpreted. Soon followed was the introduction of the semaphore flag. The semaphore flag system is one used to convey information at a distance by using signals with flags, paddles or gloved hands. The downside to this form of wireless communication is that it is limited to line of sight as well, and that because this had to take place in the open the chances of your message being stolen is increased.
Science that Drove Wireless Development

(Wenclewicz)

“In the nineteenth century, light beams were used for short-haul communications, particularly in military contexts. Very detailed messages could be transmitted by a coded sequence (Morse code) of blinking lights from sender to receiver. Again, this was effective over limited distances and provided a quiet, yet visible means of communication. Drawbacks included limited

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