Synonyms for hyperlan or Related words with hyperlan

wirelesshd              wibree              hiperaccess              wimedia              mboa              hiswan              wirelessman              zwave              hiperman              digimesh              bluethooth              hiperlan              wihd              wigig              miwi              ieeee              transferjet              synche              simpliciti              tdscdma              blutooth              epcglobal              ultrawideband              wdct              xbee              senceive              enocean              homerf              jpca              mbwa              cenelec              bluetoothtm              spacefibre              homeplugav              eurodocsis              zibgee              spacewire              rezence              obsai              buletooth              aidaas              jesd              offbluetoothallows              swlan              wirelesshart              wavenis              axgp              andieee              irsimple              gsma             

Examples of "hyperlan"
Linkem S.p.A. is an Italian telecommunications company specializing in wireless broadband connection (Hyperlan, WiMax and Wi-Fi). The company has a network of wholly owned subsidiaries with 1,200 antennas (BTS) located throughout Italy, providing Internet connectivity to surrounding areas. The Linkem network is an alternative to traditional telecommunications networks, allowing signal transmission even areas that lack cellular connectivity. Linkem is Italy's first Wireless Internet Service Provider, serving about 2,000 municipalities - 40% of Italian land area.
In 1984, expanding on ideas from futurist Ted Nelson, Neil Larson's commercial DOS Maxthink outline program added angle bracket hypertext jumps (adopted by later web browsers) to and from ASCII, batch, and other Maxthink files up to 32 levels deep. In 1986, he released his DOS Houdini network browser program that supported 2500 topics cross-connected with 7500 links in each file along with hypertext links among unlimited numbers of external ASCII, batch, and other Houdini files, these capabilities were included in his then popular shareware DOS file browser programs HyperRez (memory resident) and PC Hypertext (which also added jumps to programs, editors, graphic files containing hot spots jumps, and cross-linked thesaurus/glossary files). These programs introduced many to the browser concept and 20 years later, Google still lists 3,000,000 references to PC Hypertext. In 1989, he created both HyperBBS and HyperLan which both allow multiple users to create/edit both topics and jumps for information and knowledge annealing which, in concept, the columnist John C. Dvorak says pre-dated Wiki by many years.