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[[Image:Radio Communications Ship Radio.jpg|thumb|right|Instruments from Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Company, shipboard ]]
  
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Includes types (indoor, land mobile, etc.) and aspects (frequency, spectrum management, etc.).
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For a general history of radio, see the [[Radio]] article.
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== Subcategories ==
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*'''[[:Category:Indoor radio communication|Indoor radio communication]]''' - devices that communicate through radio inside a single structure
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*'''[[:Category:Land mobile radio|Land mobile radio]]''' - or LMRS, a wireless communications system designed for use by users in motion, either in vehicles or on foot
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*'''[[:Category:Packet radio networks|Packet radio networks]]''' - a wireless network that uses packet switching to communicate through radios
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*'''[[:Category:Personal area networks|Personal area networks]]''' - or PAN, a computer network used for communication among computing devices, such as phones or handheld devices, surrounding a person or workspace
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*'''[[:Category:Radio broadcasting|Radio broadcasting]]''' - the one-way wireless transmission over radio waves intended to reach a wide audience
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*'''[[:Category:Radio frequency|Radio frequency]]''' - or RF, a rate of oscillation in the range of 3 kHz to 300 GHz
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*'''[[:Category:Radio link|Radio link]]''' - a consistent connection between two nodes that allows communication using radio waves
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*'''[[:Category:Radio network|Radio network]]''' - either broadcast radio networks used to allow one point to connect to many points using radio waves, or a two-way radio network, where numerous transceivers can both receiver and transmit information
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*'''[[:Category:Radio spectrum management|Radio spectrum management]]''' - the process of regulating the use of radio frequencies to promote efficient use
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*'''[[:Category:Satellite communication|Satellite communication]]''' - the use of artificial satellites in space to receive and transmit information
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*'''[[:Category:Satellite ground stations|Satellite ground stations]]''' - or earth station, a terrestial terminal station designed for telecommunication with satellites
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Latest revision as of 17:33, 14 April 2014

Instruments from Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Company, shipboard

Includes types (indoor, land mobile, etc.) and aspects (frequency, spectrum management, etc.).

For a general history of radio, see the Radio article.

Subcategories

  • Indoor radio communication - devices that communicate through radio inside a single structure
  • Land mobile radio - or LMRS, a wireless communications system designed for use by users in motion, either in vehicles or on foot
  • Packet radio networks - a wireless network that uses packet switching to communicate through radios
  • Personal area networks - or PAN, a computer network used for communication among computing devices, such as phones or handheld devices, surrounding a person or workspace
  • Radio broadcasting - the one-way wireless transmission over radio waves intended to reach a wide audience
  • Radio frequency - or RF, a rate of oscillation in the range of 3 kHz to 300 GHz
  • Radio link - a consistent connection between two nodes that allows communication using radio waves
  • Radio network - either broadcast radio networks used to allow one point to connect to many points using radio waves, or a two-way radio network, where numerous transceivers can both receiver and transmit information
  • Radio spectrum management - the process of regulating the use of radio frequencies to promote efficient use
  • Satellite communication - the use of artificial satellites in space to receive and transmit information
  • Satellite ground stations - or earth station, a terrestial terminal station designed for telecommunication with satellites

Pages in category "Radio communication"

The following 248 pages are in this category, out of 248 total.