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Network World’s searchable glossary of wireless terms
A band is often subdivided by a given frequency range into channels that are statically or dynamically assigned and individually utilized for a given service or application. Capacity can therefore vary, but the term is often used to describe the ability of a shared channel to carry the maximum information at any given moment in time, as opposed to maximum throughput for any given transmitter. The decision as to what bandwidth to use under a given set of conditions is left to the implementer and/or end-user of a given product. Channel Adaptation Channel adaptation is the ability of a radio system to vary elements of a given communication connection, including modulation, coding, number of MIMO streams, and transmit power to improve the capacity of a given radio channel under dynamically varying operating conditions. While often described in applicable technical standards like 802.11, the actual real-time behavior of a given product is at the discretion of the vendor and a given implementation, usually via firmware, of a specific channel-adaptation strategy.
As there is only one electromagnetic spectrum, making the best use of a given band in a given location is paramount to regulatory authorities. Fading is frequency-selective, with given frequencies in a given relationship between a given transmitter and receiver exhibiting more or less fading relative to each other than might be realized, given all other radio elements held constant, at other frequencies. Range In general, a term used to describe the distance between endpoints in a given wireless communication. Given the many artifacts associated with radio communications, the probability that a given radio communication will be successful declines with greater distance, and increases the likelihood that channel adaptation techniques will be utilized in an attempt to compensate – although almost always with at least some compromise to throughput. It is therefore more appropriate to discuss radio performance in terms of rate given a specific range, rather than either of these elements alone.
Uncertainty Uncertainty results from the various artifacts intrinsic to radio communications, including fading, interference and the inability to precisely determine the path that a given signal will take from transmitter to receiver and allowing for the possibility that no such path may be available at any given moment in time and for reasons that are not always obvious. Wireless Network Topology Topology refers to the logical and/or geometric orientation of a given network implementation.