Re: Technologies used in wirless Networking
I do agree with Draygoes that it's a little vague, the thing is, some of those technologies are again split into subsets.
For example, WiFi (802.11) is split into many sub-categories itself! (This list is by no means exhaustive, but these are the ones I've come across the most commonly)
802.11a - Up to 54Mbps
802.11b - Up to 11Mbps
802.11g - Up to 54Mbps
802.11n - Up to 150Mbps per 40MHz channel (up to 4 channels)
802.11ac - Up to 866.7Mbps per 160MHz channel (up to 8 channels)
You're probably best researching into each one, HSPA is split into sub-categories too, and I think all those technologies speeds vary depending on what frequency they're using, or the bandwidth you've been allowed!
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