Wireless technology is governed by the use of IEEE standards that prescribe guidelines for the use of technologies and frequencies in the field of application such as:
IEEE 802.11 ™ (WLAN Wireless LANs) 2.4GHz and 5GHz high speed bi-directional systems
IEEE 802.15 ™ (WPAN Wireless Personal Area Networks) Bluetooth technology
IEEE 802.16 ™ (WMI Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks) Broadband point-to-multipoint technology for covering metropolitan areas using frequencies from 10 GHz to 66 GHz
IEEE802.20 ™ (Wireless Mobility) Interoperability of the wireless access point system by optimizing the use of 3.5 GHz frequency specific for IP data transmission with speed peaks greater than
IEEE 802.22 ™ (WRAN Wireless Regional Area Networks) Transmitted TV channels are separated by unused frequencies.
This “white space” in the broadcast spectrum varies according to channels and creates opportunities for other applications.
Frequency range VHF / UHF 54 MHz – 862 MHz
To cope with technological progress in terms of mobility, it has been necessary to develop a range of 50 Ohm coaxial cables with very low loss for multiple application fields.