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CWT dynamic and rapidly expanding technology area in the communication industry is wireless communication

Information can be transmitted wirelessly from one location to another without the use of physical mediums like wires or cables or other connections. In a communication system, information is typically sent across a short distance from a transmitter to a receiver. The transmitter and receiver can be placed anywhere between a few meters (like a TV remote control) and a few thousand kilometers with the use of wireless communication (Satellite Communication). Mobile phones, GPS receivers, remote controls, Bluetooth audio, Wi-Fi, and other wireless communication systems are a few of the often utilised wireless communication systems in our daily lives.

The medium used for communication can be guided or unguided, and communication systems can be wired or wireless. A physical channel, such as coaxial cables, twisted pair cables, optical fiber links, etc., serves as the medium in wired communication and directs the signal as it travels from one point to another. A guided medium is one that operates in this manner. Wireless communication, on the other hand, does not require a physical channel and instead sends the signal via space. The medium utilised in wireless communication is known as an unguided medium since space only permits unguided signal transmission. How is data transmitted via wireless transmission if there is no physical medium? Despite the absence of cables in wireless communication, antennas are still used to transmit and receive messages.

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Wireless communication benefits

When compared to conventional communication, wireless communication has a cheaper overall cost because the cost of establishing wires, cables, and other infrastructure is reduced. A very difficult, expensive, and time-consuming task is installing a wired network in a building, digging up the ground to lay the cables, and stringing those wires across the streets. Drilling holes for cables is not a good idea in historic buildings because it compromises the structure's significance and integrity. Additionally, Wi-Fi and Wireless LAN are the sole options for connection in older buildings without dedicated lines. As was already established, the primary benefit of wireless communication systems is mobility. It allows users to move freely while being connected to the network. Additionally, setting up a wireless system, such as a Wi-Fi network, takes much less time than putting up a whole cabled network. Wireless communication does not require cables or wires, therefore there is no possibility of a communication breakdown due to damage to these cables, which could be brought on by the environment, cable splices, or the aging of metallic conductors. hassle and difficulty.

There are many benefits of wireless communication technology over wired communication, including cost, mobility, ease of installation, and reliability, among others

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