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Let’s talk about WiRRsiP

July 3, 2009 1 comment

Before answering what is wirrsip question, first I need you to imagine something that could make it be possible that in some way, made one unified signal just when you move on wheels or when you travel.

wirrsip devices, are something, very new. It converges with everything

wirrsip devices, are something, very new. It converges with everything

Let’s go step by step. WIRRSIP is something very, very new, so there are some confidential information, that can’t be shared yet. In fact, I will select, as I told you before part of my team from this Group.

So all the “in a future developed” information will be shared with that team when moment comes.
Be sure of one think. We have thusands of stakeholders looking us, just know.

On the other hand, I want you to investigate, as this group is our prime e-learning.

First one question…¿Difference on Protocol and Device? (I prefer to use Disposititve than Device because Wirrsip Is Both).

Second..we need a plasticine.
Third. Sectors. Think of what sectorial applications will have.
Fourth.Your  business will go just where and when you go, and everybody will be able to admin its own website, domain, telephone and your domain, web, phone, Tv etc…will be as or , even your Passport, and whatever you could imagine. Every hardware, will work with that same IT, will reduce costs, and optimize time and goes with you all the time, as your i-pod, cel or dvd,radio..etc… There, you will find a link with some basical technical information, but of course that’s public.

First stage on wirrsip was

But this is only the basic about WIRRSIP protocol.

  • Now how it converges…

Protocol Description:
Player-Tuner and Radio Frequency Digital Video, with a display reading Globally Interoperable, Wireless and convergent, which receives any data via a packet-switched network, and translates them to sound and / or Video as well as DTT.
Radio Data System is a standardization that lets you send data by the inaudible signal from a radio station, normally the FM, which are reflected in the screen (display) of radio equipment. It is used in Europe, although in North America use a very similar RBDS (Radio Broadcast Data System).
When hablmos of RRS + RBDS (We therefore Player Radio Tuner with Display Broadcast) or read labels.
When you talk about IP, we refer to:
The Internet Protocol (IP, for its acronym in Spanish Internet Protocol) is not a protocol designed to link used by both the origin and the destination for communication of data over a packet-switched network.
Aggregation: RRSIP (RRS + IP + RBDS)
When we speak of technically WI in WIRVDSIP has three implications:

1st .- Worldwide Interoperability: (World Interoperability)
2nd .- Wireless: wireless technologies.
3rd .- Convergence. (Converges using WiMAX technology) .

This access technology transforms voice and data signals into radio waves within this band of frequencies. It is based on OFDM, and with 256 can cover an area of 48 kilometers without allowing the connection line view, that is obstruction, with the capacity to transmit data at a rate of up to 75 Mbps with a spectral efficiency of 5.0 bps / Hz and will support thousands of users with a scalable channel 1.5 MHz to 20 MHz.

This standard supports service levels (SLAs) and Quality of Service (QoS).
Finally, add: WIRVDSIP (RRS RBDS + + IP + WiMAX).
a.1) .- A description of technical elements for the team:
A.1.1) .- Common elements:
Technical standards of the common elements:
RRS + RBDS+DTVDS (last 8/08/2008 on addition).

WIRVDSIP, WIMAX-LTE Agregation to:

IEEE 802.16 Published Standards and Drafts

Active Standards
• IEEE Std 802.16-2004, as amended by
• IEEE Std 802.16g-2007(amendment to IEEE 802.16)
• IEEE Std 802.16f-2005(amendment to IEEE 802.16)
• IEEE Std 802.16e-2005(amendment to IEEE 802.16)
• IEEE Std 802.16-2004/Cor1-2005(corridendum to IEEE 802.16, published along with IEEE 802.16e-2005)
• IEEE Std 802.16.2-2004
• IEEE Std 802.16/Conformance01-2003
• IEEE Std 802.16/Conformance02-2003
• IEEE Std 802.16/Conformance03-2004
• IEEE Std 802.16/Conformance04-2006
• IEEE Std 802.16k-2007

Superceded Standards
• IEEE Std 802.16-2001
• IEEE Std 802.16a-2003
• IEEE Std 802.16c-2002
• IEEE Std 802.16.2-2001