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Andy Grove of Intel lives by the motto only the paranoid survive" Given the evidence that companies around the world are using wireless data to reach new customers, lower their costs of delivering services, and grow their revenues, managers can no longer believe that their peers are not using wireless data In industries where the workforce is naturally mobile, such as in less than truckload hauling, a recent survey of 150 companies showed that almost half of them use wireless data to improve pickup and delivery dispatching Like the insurance executive s surprise that his competitors were already using wireless data to assist field workers, you have to be wondering am I going to be the leader or am I already a follower "
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As a disruptive technology, wireless data will move over time from the periphery of the information technology space to its core where it will be a fulltime complement to the wireline world that we all know In that future, our "visual knowledge" of the landscape around us will be significantly improved as we will be able to sense, in real-time, the price changes at gas pumps as we drive down the street and our fuel tank dips below one quarter of a tank Many, many more applications will be designed in the next few years that we cannot today begin to imagine It s as if paint, brush and canvas have been created, and the schools of painting have yet to show us their creative genius and uniqueness With the availability of wireless application platforms, wireless devices, and networks, the tools are now ready for the skilled artisans to paint masterpieces of all kinds This is truly a dawning of a new era in computing As we watch the artwork of wireless data transform work processes in government and businesses around the world, we have begun to collect the ideas in a living workspace We have elected to dedicate a portion of our web site to aggregate the collective energy that is being applied to the use of wireless data in the enterprise The site is for your education, amusement, and input The focus is on you and helping you make a sound decision The site will contain applications across all industries and geographies, business cases that were used to justify these applications, tips and tricks, reference accounts, conference listings, and other items that grow out of a desire to inform the business community on the value of wireless data The site can be found at wwwbroadbeamcom We look forward to you joining us at the web site and providing us feedback on the contents of this book and the speed and direction of your company s use of wireless data
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The following glossary defines some of the most common terms used in wireless communications, networking and telecommunications to allow you to become more fluent in the vocabulary of vendors and suppliers Advanced Radio Data Information System (ARDIS) Packet-switched wireless network that delivers a data rate of 192 Kbps and provides deep penetration into buildings Primarily used for field service and transportation applications, ARDIS was created by Motorola in the mid 1980s for IBM's field service division It was later spun off as a commercial service Analog Mobile Phone System (AMPS) Network The analog cellular mobile phone system that serves North and South America, as well as over 35 other countries It uses FDMA (Frequency Division Multiple Access) transmission in the 800 Mhz band Application Program Interface (API) A language and message format used by an application program to communicate with an operating system, or some other system or control program such as a database management system (DBMS) or communications protocol Bandwidth Bandwidth (the width of a band of electromagnetic frequencies) is used to mean (1) how fast data flows on a given transmission path, and (2) somewhat more technically, the width of the range of frequencies that an electronic signal occupies on a given transmission medium Any digital or analog signal has a bandwidth Generally speaking, bandwidth is directly proportional to the amount of data transmitted or received per unit time In wireless networks, bandwidth refers to the range of frequencies occupied by a modulated radio-frequency signal, usually given in hertz (cycles per second) or as a percentage of the radio frequency For example, an AM (amplitude modulation) broadcasting station operating at 1,000,000 hertz has a bandwidth of 10,000 hertz, or 1 percent (10,000/1,000,000) The term also designates the frequency range that an electronic device, such as an amplifier or filter, will transmit Bluetooth A short-range RF standard for wireless communication between devices which permits transmission speeds of up to 1Mb between devices that are within a 30-foot range of one another Also known as a "cableless" connection to replace a myriad of cables linking wireless PDAs, phones, laptops, and other devices
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