Index
A
Access control, 46–47
Adaptive Frequency Hopping (AFH), 70–71,
126, 140, 143–145
Advanced Mobile Phone Standard (AMPS), 23,
27–28. See also analog technology
Analog technology, 23–24
vs. digital, 25–27
Attenuation, signal, 124, 126–129
Aura Communications, 94, 121–122, 122,
129–130
bubble, 124–125, 125, 128–129
See also LibertyLink (LL888) Integrated
Circuit; Near Field Magnetic
Communication
B
Band choice, 114–115
Base station, 21, 25, 33, 34, 187, 188, 190
Basic Rate modulation technique, 143, 145
Battery life, 117, 123, 125, 146, 171, 186, 218
Binary Phase Shift Keying (BPSK), 172
Bluetooth technology, 20, 37–39, 73, 125–126,
138, 142–144, 157, 161–162
Adaptive Frequency Hopping (AFH) and,
70–71, 126, 140, 143–145
BlueJacking, 5, 49, 65–66
BlueSnarfing, 49
cellular market, 138
clock, 146–147, 147
coexistence with 802.11, 37–38, 70–71
data transfer rate, 24, 145
device addressing, 148
interoperability, 72–74, 73–74, 142
introduction of, 11, 142
Lite, 167
and NFC, 221
power classes, 146, 146
profiles, 158–159, 160
protocol stack, 148–158, 149158,
161, 161
security protocol, 58–65, 60–65 (see also
Bluetooth technology: Adaptive
Frequency Hopping)
and ultra-wideband, 139–141, 225–229
vs. infrared, 138–139
vs. Zigbee, 166–167, 169
BlueJacking, 5, 49, 65–66. See also Bluetooth
technology: security protocol
Broadband wireless access (BWA), 39–40
Bubble. See Aura Communications: bubble
C
CSMA-CA technique (Carrier Sense Multiple
Access with Collision Avoidance), 71,
170–172, 204
CDMA technology (Code Division Multiple
Access), 34–36, 3536
Figures and tables in italics
254
Cellular phones, 78–79, 138, 220
integration of personal-area technologies
with, 38–39
WiFi and, 186, 190
See also cellular technologies; WiMax
Cellular technologies
1G, 23–26
roaming, 33, 34
3G, 33–35
2G, 25–29
2.5G, 29, 31
2.75G, 32
Checksum, 50–51, 201
Circuit Switched Data (CSD), 31
Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA)
technology, 34–36, 35
Coexistence, wireless, 37–38, 68–71
Compact HTML (C-HTML), 30
Complementary Code Keying (CCK),
198–199, 208–209
Consumer
age, and wireless requirements, 13–14
psychology, 10–12, 15
Convergence, wireless, 37
Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC-32), 50
Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, 110–113,
111, 115–118, 117
D
D-AMPS (digital advanced mobile phone
standard), 27–28
Data integrity, 50. See also encryption; WEP
Diffusion of innovation, 13, 15
Digital Control Channels (DCCH), 28
Digital technology, 25, 27–28, 27
vs. analog, 25–27
Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS)
technology, 36, 110–111, 113, 171
data transfer rate, 113
Downlink, 24
E
Eavesdropping. See War-Walking; WEP
EDGE, 32
data transfer rate, 24, 32
EDR modulation technique, 143, 145
802.15.4 specification, 166, 171–174
802.11 technology
and 802.3 technology, 181, 183, 183
history, 197–199
future, 211–212
specifications, 181, 182–183, 197–198,
207–210, 208–210
coexistence with Bluetooth, 37–38, 70–71
See also WiFi
802.16 specification. See WiMax
8 Phase Shift Key (8PSK), 32–33, 145
Encryption, 50–52, 51. See also Bluetooth
technology: security protocol; WEP; WiFi
Protected Access
E-logging, 39, 220
Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution
(EDGE). See EDGE
Ericsson, 29, 142, 167
European Technical Standards Institute (ETSI),
30–31
E-wallet, 39
Executives, wireless requirements of, 14
F
FDMA/FDD, 24, 25
FDMA/TDMA/FDD, 27, 28
Felica, 39, 219–220
First generation (1G) technology, 23–25
Forward channel, 24
4G technology, 37
Fourth generation (4G) technology, 37
Frequency Division Duplex (FDD), 23–24
Frequency Division Multiple Access technology
(FDMA), 23–24
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Frequency Modulation (FM), 23
Frequency Shift Keying (FSK), 99
G
Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying (GFSK),
143, 145
Gaussian Minimum Shift Keying (GMSK), 32
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), 31, 186
data transfer rate, 24, 32
vs. HSCSD, 31–32
GPRS. See General Packet Radio Service
GSM, 27–31
data transfer rate, 24, 30–32
H
Hacking. See security issues
Health monitor, 14
High-rate Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum
(HR/DSSS), 198–199, 209
High-Speed Circuit Switched Data
(HSCSD), 31
Home control, wireless, 95–98, 115–116
Hotspot, 12, 38–39, 188, 189
HSCSD (High-Speed Circuit Switched Data), 31
vs. GPRS, 31–32
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), 30
I
i-Mode, 29–30
Infrared technology (IrDA), 7, 38, 44, 157–158,
157–158
vs. Bluetooth, 138–139
Interim Standards
IS-54, 28
IS-95, 34, 35
IS-136, 28–29
IS-2000, 34, 35
Internet access
desire for, 12
Internet Protocol (IP) address, 46–47
Internet Service Providers (ISPs), 29
Interoperatability, 5, 34–35, 39–40, 68–72, 72,
103–106, 135. See also Open Systems
Interconnect model
J
Japanese Digital Cellular (JDC), 29
L
LAN (Local Area Network), 5, 46, 187–188,
192–196
Last mile connectivity, 40, 187
LibertyLink (LL888) Integrated Circuit,
122–123, 122, 126, 129
data transfer rate, 129
M
Magnetic field. See Near Field Magnetic
Communications,
Marconi, Guglielmo, 19–20
Mesh network, 100–103, 100–101
Metropolitan Area Network (MAN), 40, 187,
188–189
Mifare, 39, 219–220
Modulation techniques
Basic Rate, 143, 145
Binary Phase Shift Keying (BPSK), 172
Complementary Code Keying (CCK),
198–199, 208–209
EDR, 143, 145
8 Phase Shift Key (8PSK), 32–33, 145
Frequency Shift Keying (FSK), 99
Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying (GFSK),
143, 145
Gaussian Minimum Shift Keying
(GMSK), 32
High-rate Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum
(HR/DSSS), 198–199, 209
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