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What is Unbound or Unguided media?

Updated on January 15, 2010
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UNBOUNDED / UN GUIDED MEDIA

Unbounded / Unguided media or wireless media doesn't use any physical connectors between the two devices communicating. Usually the transmission is send through the atmosphere but sometime it can be just across the rule. Wireless media is used when a physical obstruction or distance blocks are used with normal cable media. The three types of wireless media are:

  • RADIO WAVES
  • MICRO WAVES
  • INFRARED WAVES

1. RADIO WAVES:-

It has frequency between 10 K Hz to 1 G Hz. Radio waves has the following types.

  • Short waves
  • VHF (Very High Frequency)
  • UHF (Ultra High Frequency)

SHORT WAVES:-

There are different types of antennas used for radio waves. Radio waves transmission can be divided into following categories.

  • LOW POWER, SINGLE FREQUENCY.
  • HIGH POWER, SINGLE FREQUENCY
  1. LOW POWER , SINGLE FREQUENCY:-

As the name shows this system transmits from one frequency and has low power out. The normal operating ranges on these devices are 20 to 25 meter.

CHARACTERISTICS LOW POWER , SINGLE FREQUENCY:-

  • Low cost
  • Simple installation with pre-configured
  • 1 M bps to 10 M bps capacity
  • High attenuation
  • Low immunity to EMI

2. HIGH POWER, SINGLE FREQUENCY:-

This is similar to low power single frequency. These devices can communicate over greater distances.

CHARACTERISTICS HIGH POWER, SINGLE FREQUENCY:-

  • Moderate cost
  • Easier to install than low power single frequency
  • 1 Mbps to 10 Mbps of capacity
  • Low attenuation for long distances
  • Low immunity to EMI


MICRO WAVES

Micro waves travels at high frequency than radio waves and provide through put as a wireless network media. Micro wave transmission requires the sender to be inside of the receiver.

Following are the types of Micro waves.

  1. · Terrestrial Micro waves
  2. · Satellite Micro waves

1. Terrestrial Micro waves:-

Terrestrial Micro waves are used are used to transmit wireless signals across a few miles. Terrestrial system requires that direct parabolic antennas can be pointed to each other. These systems operate in a low Giga Hertz range.

CHARACTERISTICS of Terrestrial Micro waves:-

  • Moderate to high cost.
  • Moderately difficult installation
  • 1 M bps to 10 M bps capacity
  • Variable attenuation
  • Low immunity to EMI

Satellite Micro waves

The main problem with aero wave communication is the curvature of the earth, mountains & other structure often block the line of side. Due to this reason, many repeats are required for long distance which increases the cost of data transmission between the two points. This problem is recommended by using satellites.

Satellite micro wave transmission is used to transmit signals throughout the world. These system use satellites in orbit about 50,000 Km above the earth. Satellite dishes are used to send the signals to the satellite where it is again send back down to the receiver satellite. These transmissions also use directional parabolic antenna’ with in line of side.

In satellite communication micro wave signals at 6 GHz is transmitted from a transmitter on the earth through the satellite position in space. By the time signal reaches the satellites becomes weaker due to 50,000 Km distance. The satellite amplifies week signals and transmits it back to the earth at the frequency less than 6 GHz.

Characteristics Satellite Micro waves:

  • High cost
  • Extremely difficult and hare installation.
  • Variable attenuation.
  • Low immunity to EMI
  • High security needed because a signal send to satellite is broadcasts through all receivers with in satellite.

Infrared

Infrared frequencies are just below visible light. These high frequencies allow high sped data transmission. This technology is similar to the use of a remote control for a TV. Infrared transmission can be affected by objects obstructing sender or receiver. These transmissions fall into two categories.

  1. Point to point
  2. Broadcast

(i) Point to Point: - Point to point infrared transmission signal directly between two systems. Many lap top system use point to pint transmission. These systems require direct alignment between many devices.

Characteristics of Point to point:-

  • Wide range of cost
  • Moderately easy installation.
  • 100 k bps to 16 Mb of capacity.
  • Variable attenuation.
  • High immunity to EMI

(i) Broadcast: - These infrared transmission use sprayed signal, one broad cast in all directions instead of direct beam. This help to reduce the problems of proper alignment and abstraction. It also allows multiple receiver of signal

Characteristics of Broad Cast:-

  • In expensive.
  • Single installation.
  • 1M bps capacity.
  • Variable attenuation.

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