Cable Industry Considerations In Choosing Wireless Home Networking Technology (2002)

By Yigal Bitran, CTO, Broadband Communications Israel, Texas Instruments

Home networking evolved over the last few years into an affordable technology that can be applied to cable customers. Many home networking alternatives were proposed over the last few years. Wireless home networking emerged as the most promising solution in terms of consumer and operator benefits.

We will compare the wireless home networking variants to other alternative home networking technologies and discuss the wireless home networking options. We will focus especially on IEEE 802.11 and its various extensions, and discuss what features are important for addressing the Cable industry needs and their importance to enable new revenue opportunities.

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