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    Role of wireless markup system? Is it related to wireless network or Wi-Fi?

    Hello everybody please tell me what is the role of wireless mark up system and whether it is related to my wireless network or WIFI?



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    belide Array
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    Re: Role of wireless markup system? Is it related to wireless network or Wi-Fi?

    Wireless Markup System is based on Wireless Markup Language. It is formerly called as HDML (Handheld Devices Markup Languages). It is the Language which is allows the text Portions of the Web Pages to be presented on the Mobiles or Personal Digital Assistants.

    It works mainly with the help of Wireless Access Protocol. It is on the top of Global System for Mobile Communication, CDMA and TDMA. It provides the Complete Set of Network Communication and in Support of the Internet Set Of Protocols.

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    Angel_Shweta Array
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    Re: Role of wireless markup system? Is it related to wireless network or Wi-Fi?

    hiii.
    Bandwidth in windows or basically in computing refers to data rate of connectivity between your computer and your ISP(INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER).
    Bandwidth and latency are two most important features in the networking world.
    Bandwidth is the capacity which determines the rate by which download and browsing is influenced.
    The greater the bandwidth,the more will be the capacity by which it connects.
    And yes the gaming experience is much advanced he the band
    width is high.
    It can be compared to the width of a pipe. The greater the width of the pipe,greater will be its capacity to drain out water logging which can be compared to files.

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    Raajkumar Array
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    Re: Role of wireless markup system? Is it related to wireless network or Wi-Fi?

    Wireless mark up system is different from the Wi-Fi.
    Wi-Fi is wireless fidelity, it is a protocol that uses signals to transmit and receive data between the devices.
    The content may range from simple texts to media.
    you can transmit any data you need.
    But wireless markup language is used in earlier cell phones where you can see the text content of the webpage without other media like pictures.
    Wireless markup language is less popular when compared to Wi-Fi.

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