A Manager's Guide to Wireless Telecommunications by Ron Schneiderman

By Ron Schneiderman

A MANAGER'S advisor TO instant TELECOMMUNICATIONS we know approximately mobile telephones, pagers, and cordless telephones, yet what precisely is "wireless" info, a "wireless" neighborhood region community (LAN) and "mobile" computing? so much managers have event with a few of these applied sciences, but when they wish to make clever company judgements, they should wake up to hurry at the "wireless" international. agents desire this knowledge to make sensible judgements approximately constructing new items and the way to bring these items. different managers have to preserve their in-house telecommunication process present. For both desire, this ebook presents: ** a short background of the emergence of instant communications-and an outlook for close to and long term advancements during this attention-grabbing sector ** a proof of the foremost purposes of instant, together with cellular communications satellite tv for pc providers ** highlights of U.S. telecommunications guidelines and their impression on instant ** a advisor to present FCC spectrum allocation matters ** an in depth thesaurus of phrases, together with acronyms. RON SCHNEIDERMAN (Hasbrouck Heights, NJ) is and specialist on instant expertise and editor of instant platforms layout journal. formerly he was once big apple Bureau leader of Electronics journal. he's the writer of destiny speak.

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Figure 1-3. Motorola's new two-way pager, the PageWriter 2000 Some of the newer two-way paging devices will be able to initiate messages and increas- Page 16 ingly will support messaging with laptop and handheld personal computers (HPCs), as well as personal digital assistants (PDAs). One supplier of two-way pagers, Ontario-based Research in Motion, offers a wireless PC card for Mobitex (the open, nonproprietary wireless data protocol developed by Swedish Telecom and Ericsson) in the United States.

While advanced messaging is likely to continue to grow over the next few years, simple numeric paging remains an enormously popular service. Price is the key to paging's success, and it just keeps dropping. 77 in 1996. , voice, two-way acknowledgment paging, and the growth of e-mail and Internet services)as well as the stabilization of reseller ratesshould have a strong positive impact on the average monthly revenue of paging and other messaging services. Some paging services also offer nationwide coverage, an important feature for traveling road warriors.

The FCC long ago adopted safety standards for cellular phone transmissions and other devices that operate in a similar frequency range, and cellular phones fall well within the safety range. In 1997, FCC officials emphasized at a national summit convened on radio frequency (RF) exposure that its rules do not limit the emissions of any transmitter, but instead put limits on human exposure to RF fields in excess of the maximum permissible exposure (MPE) limits. The FCC also suggested several measures to protect workers and the public from being exposed unnecessarily to RF emissions, such as: Restricting access to a transmitter site Elevating antennas above head level Implementing a comprehensive site safety program Requiring all workers to use personal monitoring devices while at the site Page 26 Mandating the use of protective RF-shielding clothing when working in high RF fields The Center for the Study of Wireless Electromagnetic Compatibility at the University of Oklahoma, which is chartered to work with the wireless and medical device industries as well as government agencies to resolve interindustry electromagnetic compatibility issues, has also developed a research protocol designed to quantify the source of any problem and recommend solutions.

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