Some developing boroughs have not fully become acquainted with the ways to fully develop in various aspects through technology, which would improve its advancement in various sectors. Despite the fact that wireless technology has grown significantly in the past few years to the extent where it facilitates the incorporation of recent research and development, some areas like Playland have not been able to utilize this technological advancement to improve its development strategies. This form of development emerges through the development of Multiple Input, Multiple Output (MIMO) Antenna Systems. These systems enable wireless communications that involve diversity through various aspects. These aspects include the fading phenomenon which is an environmental source of possible enrichment, the space diversity that provides the basis for a significant increase in channel capacity or spectral efficiency. These are coupled with the aspect of increasing channel capacity with MIMO, which is achieved by increasing computational communication resources fixed. Through the use of Members of Parliament in Playland, this will increase the advocacy for the use of wireless-centered systems to enhance development.
BROWS Ltd set out to conduct a two weeks preliminary feasibility study looking critically at the primary issue affecting Payland’s development plans. Our teams were well organized and up to the task with everyone ready and available in time to help in the study such that we met the deadline and submitted our report as early as we could. This made it easy to improve our report based on the feedback that we got. Payland requires wireless communications to enable people to live and work in ways that have never occurred before. These will facilitate flexible and mobile linkage to environmental aspects. This is because; wireless communications have a way of bringing people back to the natural ways of interaction (Molisch 2013, p. 58). Cellular systems and mobile networks have various impacts on network and system design in that the specific division of resources in conjunction with a static allocation among users simplifies the design complexities of multiple access and interference management in the network (Molisch 2013, p. 58). We as the Higher Education Representatives realized this aspect and its implementation in Payland will be beneficial. This will be made possible through understanding the way cellular systems and mobile networks operate (Molisch 2013, p. 58).
To start with, Payland will require cellular systems, which apply cellular signals that boost indoor DAS networks to be used in various facilities. Similarly, it will need to be coupled with the necessary desire to apply wireless networks in the state. Wireless networks that incorporate cellular systems and mobile communication have strong capabilities of boosting productivity and encouraging sharing of information. This will serve the purpose of bringing people together by enhancing a faster means of communication not only among people but also among businesses and thus enhancing the required developments. Additionally, because they allow untethered access to applications to network resources, students and people in the country will be able to access the necessary tools anywhere at any time. Therefore, this makes cellular systems and wireless mobile networking beneficial appliances in every way for the betterment of the country (Molisch 2013, p. 58).
By applying cellular systems and mobile networks in Payland, it would increase mobility and collaboration of information and resources. For instance, the Universities within Pay Land that apply these services would be able to roam without losing connection to acquire information necessary for their research work and studies (Kwok & Lau 2007, p. 115). Similarly, it would enable the employees within the state to work together in an effective and efficient way to boost the economy. Another advantage of using wireless networks within Pay Land is that it would improve the responsiveness among the people and institutions. This would occur through better connection to the information people need when they need it. It would also ensure the provision of better customer services through the mobile service providers making it easy and efficient for businesses and their associates to operate at minimum costs (Kwok and Lau 2007, p. 115).
The Mobile service providers in the country would have to improve their services in all sectors of the country in order to achieve effective recognition. Once wireless communication has been established within the state they will enable customers both local and international, to acquire quick responses to their queries and concerns. Customer services in the hospitality industry of the state will hence be improved to attract more tourists. Needless to say, this will in turn improve the economy of the country. Cellular signals may also boost indoor distributed antenna system (DAS) networks, which in the long run may benefit institutions such as hospitals. Hospitals and clinicians require wireless networks through their cellular phones in order to carry out critical mission functions. This requires reliable signals from network providers to implement 2G-4G essentially by bringing outdoor cell phone signals in such facilities through antennas installed on the roofs. This facilitates the collection of commercial signals from carriers.
The mobile providers in the country need to apply wireless networks in the five main hospitals, airports, and seaport terminals. The same should be applied in major businesses within the nation as well as in population centers. Simple antennas are placed on these facilities in order to trap the signals and pipe them through coaxial and fiber cables. This helps in bringing cell signals to areas such as hospitals, business premises just to mention but a few. The Higher Education Representatives should be aware that the signals transmitted from 2G-4G cover a broad spectrum of bandwidth. This may allow the delivery of several forms of wireless communication as well as the provision of voice.
Wireless Networks such as Wireless PAN, Wireless LAN, and Wireless MAN allow convenient and flexible communication. They work it easier for users to move with their devices from one area to another while maintaining connectivity with the network wireless personal networks facilitate easy sharing of data and applications across network systems as well as synchronization of data (Sahingoz 2013, p. 805). Therefore, it would be convenient for people of Pay Land to apply wireless networks as they allow better access to information. This would enable connection even in the hard-to-reach areas as well as improved processing of information. Organizations and big businesses would stand in better positions while using wireless networks as it would allow them to acquire information faster regardless of where they are. This would occur through Wi-Fi devices that integrate wireless network infrastructures (Sahingoz 2013, p. 805).
In addition to this, wireless networks such as WAN, LAN, and Pan would be efficient for a state such as Pay Land due to the fact that they enable improved guest access. This would ensure that they give secure access to customers and business partners who would like to invest in the country (Molisch 2013, p. 58). Similarly, they would also ensure that the people enjoy value-added services. For instance, the mobile networks in the state that include, BIZITEL, MYLOCALFONE, and PEOPLEMOB would ensure coverage of the entire state in terms of providing roaming in all sectors. This would facilitate connectivity even in areas that are prone to calamities. Tourists and the local people would get to enjoy reliable networks in areas such as hospitals, airports, schools, and business premises (Molisch 2013, p. 58).
However, it would be important for the people of Pay Land to be enlightened on the security risks faced by wireless networks. In their transmission of data through radio frequencies, these networks become prone to hackers and intruders who may tap on the channels to acquire information illegally. Wireless networks are faced with risky environments such as threats, intruders, and many more. This exposes them to vulnerable situations where these threats and intruders may launch attacks by denying some services or even stealing people’s identities. They may also violate the private lives of people who use the networks. Viruses and malicious codes are also other forms of risks faced by wireless networks.
Therefore, it would be important for the people of Pay Land to critically understand the risks and challenges faced by wireless networks before establishing them. It would also require proper safeguarding of these networks through firewalls and passwords in order to prevent such crimes. The Higher Education Representatives should ensure that they put in place processes for managing risks where managers should protect their systems and information in cost-effective ways. It would also ensure an adequate balance between the costs incurred in operations and economies of protective measures. Needless to say, by so doing, it would ensure the achievement of benefits in the application of new technology.
The most crucial aspects that should be put into deep consideration while improving wireless networks within the Pay Land state entail, maintaining a clear and precise understanding of the topology of the wireless network (Evans 1999, p. 79). It should be coupled with labeling and keeping inventories of the wireless devices already on the field as well as those captured by handheld devices. Similarly, the people of Pay Land should ensure that they create data backups on a regular basis and conduct security tests and assessments on the wireless networks. In addition to this, they should be able to carry out timed security audits over the wireless networks as well as cellular systems (Evans 1999, p. 79).
Laser, infrared, and Microwave technologies and their capabilities
These technologies apply wireless systems in their transmission of information. Microwave transmission systems should be applied in Pay land due to the fact that they are suitable in areas that are foggy and have a substantial amount of snow. They would be very convenient in the mountains where it is volcanic (Goldsmith 2005, p. 33). Similarly, they would also assist at the sea terminals where mist and fog cover at certain times of the day. Pay Land has a very terrain environment that is active for around 16 months every hundred years (Goldsmith 2005, p. 33). This climate condition culminates at 1987m with sharp falls. The area has very medium altitudes and forest lines and coastlines that stretch up to 1600m. Microwave technologies should be used in these areas as they cover any area that exceeds 2 miles (Goldsmith 2005, p. 33).
Microwave, as well as Infrared technologies, is capable of covering effective restricted expanse connectivity. Microwave technologies are advantageous in that they can transmit information or even connectivity for years, both domestically and internationally (Golding and John, 2004, p. 107). Microwave technologies utilize two distinct market segments that include; short-haul and long-haul (Golding and John 2004, p. 107). Short-haul communications refer to those that transmit voice, data, video signals over routes which can be up to 20 miles through the 18GHz and 23GHz frequency bands. Long haul communications, on the other hand, are capable of transmitting over distances that stretch up to 40 miles through the 2 GHz and GHz frequency bands (Golding and John 2004, p. 107).
The communication that takes place in this utilizes repeaters that re-send signals over longer distances. Pay Land should ensure that these technologies are installed in major areas that have volcanic conditions such as mountains and sea areas. All that is required is that antenna receivers should be installed in most major sections of the country. This would facilitate better reception of the transmitted information (Sahingoz 2013, p. 805). Electromagnetic radiation in the microwave wavelength region is used in remote sensing to provide useful information about the earth’s atmosphere, land, and ocean. When microwaves strike a surface, the proportion of energy scattered back to the sensors depends on factors such as physical factors like the dielectric constant of the surface materials which also depend strongly on the moisture content. This is coupled with geometric factors that entail roughness, slopes, and orientation of the objects relative to the radar beam direction (Sahingoz p. 2013, 805).
Infrared technologies are close to the visible light range of the spectrum that is applied in short distances (Sahingoz 2013, p. 805). They are also advantageous due to the fact that they are optically safe. It also limits the maximum power that may be used and thus reduces the range and speed of transmission (Sahingoz 2013, p. 805). Infrared and Laser technologies are adopted in areas that have adequate rainfall. They entirely get rid of a signal or generate rigorous sporadic fading. The frequencies they emit are increasing the physical distance between individual wave-fronts. The rainforest in Pay Land offers such conditions, but with these technologies, transmission is made easier. Therefore, it would be appropriate to use Microwave and infrared technologies that would facilitate the economy of the country.
Satellite communications, positioning, and navigation services may benefit the people of Pay Land in that they support data provided through the communication channels. This occurs through enabling better access to the wide-area differential and integrity (Webb 2007, p. 37). The mobile service providers in the state should apply this form of technology in order to facilitate effective communication and coverage in the big cities (Webb 2007, p. 37). Satellite communication may be applied in areas that are location-based and offer emergency services. This would enable an effective response to emergencies while customers both local and foreign would also manage to access specific information about the vicinity.
Similarly, these satellite navigation tools and policies would be applied in road transport through navigation devices installed in automatic tool systems. It would also provide safety applications that would guide tourists while in the country (Webb 2007, p. 37). Additionally, the people of Pay Land may also use satellite navigation tools to locate specific areas or even monitor activities that take place within the state (Webb, 2007, p.37).
Railway transport, air transport, agriculture, energy oil, and gas are also other areas that satellite navigation technology may be applied. It would ensure that the government exploits and explores the safety and security of these resources. Similarly, the country may also synchronize the way electricity is distributed across the network (Stallings 2014, p. 46). Academic institutions could also benefit from this technology through search and rescue services that allow distress messages to be received immediately from areas across the state. These benefits also extend to other areas of application such as science, weather conditions, and logistics just to mention but a few (Stallings 2014, p. 46). Natural disasters that occur within the country would be predicted in advance to allow preventive measures and management of the environment (Stallings 2014, p. 46).
Sensor networks, RFID, underground and underwater communication are networks used on land, underground and underwater. They are used in collecting small bits of devices referred to as sensor nodes. These sensor nodes are of different sizes but are designed to have microcontrollers that help in navigating radio transceivers for generating radio waves (Stallings 2014, p. 46). These technologies are applied in various forms that may be beneficial to the people of Pay Land. The first application includes collecting data based on the environment. This occurs through timed intervals that provide location-based services. They may also be used in predicting volcanoes that are bound to erupt and allow effective action from the people (Stallings 2014, p. 46).
Additionally, they may also be applied in military operations in defense research projects. This may occur through services such as communication, surveillance, and laying targets. The government of Pay land may apply this form of technology to navigate their borders and ensure security in the state. This should be coupled with applications in the health department where clinicians may use it to control the administration of drugs in their patients. They may also monitor and track the patients within the hospitals.
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