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Mobile computing has been undergoing a bit of a renaissance lately. A few years ago it was a simple matter of finding a data-compatible mobile phone, a PC card modem, and a matching cable and …

Mobile computing has been undergoing a bit of a renaissance lately. A few years ago it was a simple matter of finding a data-compatible mobile phone, a PC card modem, and a matching cable and installing it as a modem. Then people started to use PDA’s (Personal Data Assistants) as well. Cell phones started to come with infrared ports to allow communication with laptops. Then cell phones started to come with modems built in. The connecting methods of mobile computing, its introduction, connection types, factors affecting connections, mobile applications and its limitations will be discussed.

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  • 1. SRI VENKATESHWARA ENGINEERING COLLEGE MOBILE COMPUTING T.HAREESHA, B.K. MADHURI, 06631A1209, 06631A1210, III I.T. III I.T.
  • 2. CONTENTS
    • INTRODUCTION
    • ARCHITECTURE
    • IMPORTANCE OF MOBILE COMPUTING
    • MOBILE DEVICES
    • BENEFITS OF MOBILE COMPUTING
    • CHALLENGES
    • MERITS
    • APPLICATIONS
    • CONCLUSION
  • 3. INTRODUCTION
    • Def :
    • “ Computing on the move”
    • Other names for Mobile Computing
        • Anytime Computing
        • Anywhere Computing
        • Nomadic Computing
        • Ubiquitous Computing
  • 4. Pen Interface
  • 5. ARCHITECTURE Mobility services architecture Mobility environment architecture
  • 6. Importance of mobile computers
    • 1.Desire to have continuous
    • network connectivity
    • irrespective of the location.
    • 2.Mobile Internet Protocol is
    • an extension to the Internet
    • Protocol proposed by IETF
    • (Internet Engineering Task
    • Force).
  • 7. Working of Mobile Computing Mobile Routers Internet
  • 8. Mobile devices
  • 9. Achieving benefits of Mobile Computing
    • M - need for Mobility
    • O - need to improve Operations
    • B - need to break business Barriers
    • I - need to improve Information quality
    • L - need to decrease transaction Lag
    • E - need to improve Efficiency
  • 10. Challenges in Mobile Computing
    • High Error Rate
    • Power Limitations
    • Security
    • Limited Capabilities
    • Mobility
  • 11. Merits
    • Improving data accuracy
    • Reducing paperwork
    • Facilitating collection of more useful information
    • Eliminating redundant data entry
    • Increasing responsiveness and customer satisfaction
  • 12. Applications
    • Consumer Goods
    • Delivery & Route sales
    • Government
    • Healthcare
    • Transportation
  • 13. Conclusion
    • Popular
    • User demand
    • Computing capabilities growing quickly
    • Size is shrinking
  • 14. THANK YOU….
  • 15. QUERIES ?