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Mobile Location Services: The Application Server
May 16, 2003
If you're building and deploying mobile location-based services, your application server should allow you to develop and shelter the business logic that will differentiate you from your competitors and save you from having to rearchitect or throw out your system if a component in your architecture needs to change. Start learning here.
Mobile Telephony: What Makes it Mobile?
Apr 19, 2002
What makes mobile telephony work? Basestations and mobile switching centers, for starters. Read on to learn about frequency reuse, air interfaces, and the specific inner workings of an actual cellular phone.
Mobile Web Browsing gets WICD
Sep 2, 2005
If you want to create content for mobile devices, you have an especially dizzying array of standards to choose from. W3C is quietly working on a new technology called Web Interaction Compound Document (or WICD) to address this situation and make it easier to create interactive content for mobile browsing. Dan Appelquist invites you to comment on this WICD-cool project.
Mobilize Your Enterprise Part 1: Introduction and Strategy
Aug 23, 2002
Mobile workers are all around us: Anyone who spends a significant part of the day away from the office is a potential candidate for using mobile applications. Discover an approach that businesses can use to mobilize their enterprises.
Mobilize Your Enterprise Part 2: Case Studies
Aug 30, 2002
What do lawyers, field technicians, and salespeople have in common? Find out how each of these groups is using the latest in mobile technology to get the job done.
Mobilize Your Enterprise Part 3: Technologies
Sep 6, 2002
Find out what is available for going mobile in your business by learning the platforms, connectivity options, and middleware.
Mobilize Your Enterprise Part 4: Challenges
Sep 20, 2002
Some of the main challenges to achieving enterprise mobility include device management, security, synchronization of data, and network quality of service. Chris Bennett looks at these challenges and suggests possible solutions.
Mobilizing the Enterprise: Developing A Wireless Strategy for Enterprise Systems
Oct 25, 2002
As the proliferation of devices increases, enterprises realize that they can no longer afford to ignore wireless to enable their KM, ERP, SCM, or CRM systems. Bhavish Sood discusses a wireless strategy and gives you tips on how to achieve a faster ROI.
Moving to WPA/WPA2-Enterprise Wi-Fi Encryption
Apr 9, 2010
Wi-Fi networks in businesses should be using the Enterprise mode of WPA or WPA2 encryption. Eric Geier shows you how to move from the Personal (PSK) mode to the Enterprise (RADIUS) mode.
Multiple Device Support Using XML and XSLT
Oct 26, 2001
No wireless app runs perfectly on all platforms and formats - but XML and XSLT can get you pretty close.
Network Programming with J2ME
Mar 9, 2001
This final article in a four-part series on Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) development addresses the networking capabilities of J2ME included within the javax.microedition.io package.
Night of the Living Wi-Fi's (A Security Parable for Our Times)
Apr 5, 2002
Ed Skoudis' true-to-life scenario sends chills up the spine of any business with employees using unsecured wireless access.
Nokia Mobile Internet Toolkit 3.1
May 9, 2003
Bryan Morgan discusses how the release of Nokia's Mobile Internet Toolkit 3.1 provides WAP and MMS application developers with an integrated development environment in order to build the next generation of wireless applications. It allows developers to remain a step ahead of the general market by being able to build and test tomorrow's features — such as MMS, WTAI, and XHTML — today.
Offloading Traditional Mobile Networks with IP
Jun 23, 2009
This chapter discusses pseudowire transport mechanisms used to provide a bridge between the legacy TDM systems and All IP systems on mobile networks.
Optical Networking: Fundamentals of Light
Jul 12, 2002
How has science contributed to the recent increase in bandwidth on the Internet? Discover the basis of optical networking and what is behind today's improved fibers and other basic optical components.
Optical Networks: Capacity and Components
May 1, 2002
Networking guru Uyless Black explains how optical networks have revolutionized the world of telecommunications, principally because of their extraordinary transmission capacity.
Overview of the IEEE 802.11 Standard
Dec 6, 2001
In response to lacking standards for wireless LANs, the Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) developed IEEE 802.11, the first internationally recognized wireless LAN standard.
Owning the Wireless Camera (and Its User)
Sep 14, 2007
Seth Fogie takes a second look at the web interface of the AXIS 207W network camera.
Passive Optical Networks: Lowered Cost and Increased Availability of Fiber-Optic Cabling
Nov 13, 2000
A shortage of fiber-optic lines in metropolitan areas is creating a telecommunications bottleneck for many mid-size and small companies. Telecommunications expert Annabel Dodd explains why passive optical networks may be the answer.
PDA Programming with Satellite Forms
Mar 23, 2001
The leading development tool for PalmOS is Pumatech's Satellite Forms. In this article, Bryan Morgan examines the features and capabilities of this powerful IDE for PDA development.

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