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What does PAN stand for?

PAN stands for Personal Area Network

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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Suitable for host and embedded applications, MicroStack Profiles is portable to any desired OS/CPU platform and contains all the key profiles for data communication including Generic Access Profile (GAP), Service Discovery Application Profile (SDAP), Serial Port Profile (SPP), Dial-up Networking (DUN), Fax, Generic Object Exchange Profile (GEOP), Object Push Profile (OPP), File Transfer Profile (FTP), Synchronization, and Personal Area Network Profile (PAN).
Overview and Analyses * Infrastructure & Regulations * Projects * Wi Fi Overview and Analyses * Wi Fi Key Players * Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN) * WiMax Overview and Analyses * High-speed satellite services Technical overviews on: * Short Range Bluetooth & UWB * Medium Range 802-11 & HiperLAN * Long Range 802-16 & 802-20 * Mesh Networks Brief Table of Contents: 1.
Overview and Analyses Infrastructure & Regulations Fixed Wireless Broadband Overview and Projects Wi Fi Hotspot market Overview and Analyses WiMAX Overview and analyses Wireless Mobility Market Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN) High-speed satellite services Technical overviews on:- --Short Range Bluetooth & UWB --Medium Range 802-11 & HiperLAN --Long Range LMDS, WiMAX, 802-16 & 802-20 --Mesh Networks With standardised WiMAX finally arriving there will be several opportunities for this new technology.
Report Features: --Overview and Analyses --Infrastructure & Regulations --Projects --Wi Fi Overview and Analyses --Wi Fi Key Players --Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN) --WiMax Overview and Analyses --High-speed satellite services Technical overviews on:- --Short Range Bluetooth & UWB --Medium Range 802-11 & HiperLAN --Long Range 802-16 & 802-20 --Mesh Networks This report introduces Australia's broadband marketplace using wireless technologies.
Establishing a single, global, interoperable standard for UWB is absolutely necessary to deliver to consumers the desired experience -- the ability to choose wireless personal area network (WPAN) devices regardless of brand or manufacturer that quickly store, transfer and play multimedia files and data.