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Device of Networking

Device of Networking

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Published by: Nur Farah Ain Ahmad Radzi on Jul 07, 2009
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FACULTY OF INFORMATION MANAGEMENTUNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY MARADIPLOMA IN INFORMATION MANAGEMENT(IS 110)IMD 251 :SUPPORT SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE IIWIRELESS MODEMPREPARED FOR :ENCIK MOHD ZUL AZMI BIN ISHAK PREPARED BY :NUR FARAH AIN BINTI AHMAD RADZI2007231338 / ISD4E2
 
 
INTRODUCTION
WIRELESS MODEMis a type of modem which connects to a wirelessnetwork instead of to the telephone system.When you connect with a wireless modem, youare attached directly to your wireless ISP(Internet Service Provider) and you can thenaccess the Internet.
 
 
 
 TYPES OF DEVICE USED
Mobile phones, smartphones, and PDAs can be employed as datamodems to form a wireless access point connecting a personalcomputer to the Internet. In this use the mobile phone is providing agateway between the cellular service provider's data networktechnology and Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) spoken by PCs.
Wireless FireWire, USB and Serial modems are also used in theWi-Fi and WiMAX standards, operating at microwave frequencies,to give a laptop, PDA or desktop computer an access point to anetwork.The modems may be as large as a regular cable modem to as smallas a WiFi dongle/USB-stick. 
ExpressCard and Compact Flash modems are also used.

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