To better understand wireless and some of the evolving wireless technologies, it's helpful to break it down into the following categories: * Personal Area Network (PAN) * Wireless LAN (WLAN) Technologies (802.
What does PAN stand for?
PAN stands for Personal Area Network
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 282 other meanings of PAN in our Acronym Attic
- Peer Advising Network
- Pennsylvania Association of Notaries
- Pennsylvania Association of Numismatists
- Percussion Actuated Non-electric (bomb squad robotics)
- Periodic Alternating Nystagmus (medical diagnosis)
- Peripheral Area Network
- Permanent Account Number
- Personal Access Number
- Personal Action Notice
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Others view it as an adjunct that can enable wireless home theater systems and personal area networks.
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.
The third step would then finally integrate any additional silicon blocks required into the current Ripcord single-chip, all-CMOS package enabling all Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN) standards to be supported on a single inexpensive silicon solution.
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.