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Wireless USB

Wireless USB is short-range, high-bandwidth protocol for several technologies that utilize a computer's USB ports for wireless local networking. Wireless USB is used in Game Controllers, Digital Cameras, Portable Media Players etc.Wireless USB can support data rates up to 480 Mbps (megabits per second).
Wireless USBIntroduction Wireless USB is shortrange, high bandwidth protocol for several technologies that utilize a computer's USB ports for wireless local networking.What is Wireless USB Wireless USB (WUSB) is a type of Universal Serial Bus technology that uses radiofrequency links rather than cables to provide the interfaces between a computer and its peripherals.•WUSB permits connections over distances up to 10 feet (3 meters) at 480 Mbps, or up to 33 feet (10 meters) at 110 Mbps. •To ensure security, transmissions use encryption •Like standard USB, the WUSB interface offers Plug and Play compatibility as well as the ability to hot swap hardware components. •WUSB is backward compatible with conventional wired USB devices.USES Wireless USB is used in Game Controllers, Digital Cameras, Portable Media Players, Printers, Scanners, Hard disk drives and USB flash drives. It is also convenient for transferring parallel video streams, using USB over ultrawideband protocols.Wireless USB via UWB Wireless USB is the new wireless extension to USB that incorporate the speed and security of wired technology with the easeofuse of wireless technology.•Wireless USB technology will support robust highspeed wireless connectivity by using the WiMedia MBOFDM Ultra wideband (UWB) common radio platform. •Wireless USB can support data rates up to 480 Mbps (megabits per second).WiFi Wireless USB Adapters •Essential for a highquality Internet connection – WiFi adapters are designed to offer the best connections available. •External WiFi adapters commonly plug into the USB port of a computer. These adapters are casually called "wireless USB" although the protocol used for signalling is WiFi. • Unlike broadband and satellite USB modems, which require special SIM cards and dedicated service providers,Wireless USB adapters can connect computers to wireless networks without additional tools or service expenses. • For e.g. Network speeds are limited accordingly; a USB adapter for 802.11g handles a maximum of 54 Mbps.Other Wireless USB Technologies Various wireless USB adapters also exist supporting alternatives to WiFi: • Bluetooth • IrDA infrared • Other proprietary signalling technologyFollow us on :