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For these users, wireless communication is the answer. In the following sections, we will see
Wireless communication in general, which has many important applications in addition to connectivity
Users who want to browse the web from the beach.
Some believe that in the future there will be only two types of communication: fiber and wireless. OK (ie,
non-mobile) computers, phones, faxes, etc. use fiber, and all mobiles use wireless.
Wireless also has advantages over standard equipment in certain situations. For example, if a fiber is running on a
The tighter the building due to the terrain (mountain, forest, swamp, etc.), the better the wireless. It is worth mentioning that.
Modern wireless digital communication began in the Hawaiian Islands, a large part of the Pacific Ocean.
Separate users and phone systems are not enough.
As electrons move, they create electromagnetic waves that can propagate through space (even in space).
Vacuum). These waves were predicted and first observed in 1865 by the British physicist James Clark Maxwell.
by German physicist Heinrich Hertz in 1887. The number of oscillations per second of a wave is called
Frequency is measured in f and hertz (in memory of Heinrich Hertz).
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