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Binding Methodologies in wireless system

Last Updated: December 24, 2011

What are the different binding methodologies that we can have in a generic wireless system?




Repsonse: Binding is the mechanism by which a network is created or by which new devices are added into an existing network. Binding can be achieved in many different ways. Examples of binding options include:
■ Binding in the manufacturing process, such as through use of special test software/hardware
■ Binding that occurs as a result of a user action, such as pressing buttons
■ Binding that occurs upon the power up sequence of a device
■ Binding that can occur in a dynamic or ad-hoc basis, such as whenever a device comes in proximity of a network
■ Completely manual binding, such as selection of the channel through a switch, or entering parameters via a
software interface.

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