The design requirement I- e devices needed to construct the network will follow this. The issues like how will user connect to the network will be address in this part.
At the end there is a critical evaluation concentrating on conclusions that can be drawn from the work you have carried out. A critical evaluation of the design process and the final design, e.g. discussion about the design and development processes and how the product and process quality were ensured at each stage.
Wireless communications have become a part of our everyday lives. In particular, mobile telephony has revolutionized the ways in which people connected. It is within this form of technology, however, that problems arise with regards to ones privacy and security. Such a concern is only further complicated as privacy and security are terms which mean different things to different people. The term is evolved in modern usage such that it requires that the mobile computing activity be connected wirelessly to and through the internet or to and through a private network. This connection ties the mobile device to centrally located information and/or application software through the use of battery powered, portable, and wireless computing and communication devices. This includes devices like laptops with wireless LAN or wireless WAN technology, smart mobile phones, wearable computers and Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) with Bluetooth or IRDA interfaces.
The idea of building a mobile system for a large hospital complex will be analyzed in this feasibility report followed by a proposed design. The database software will be centralized and then will be accessed through out the network. Now this network is meant to be wireless, which will give mobile access to the uses of the system. The system will provide information to physicians/doctors regarding the patients. Care team to have information about the meditation. Laboratory staff that need to access information about the samples. Administration staff that need to track the patient as well as the staff and resources. The system will also have Internet and email access.
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The hospital Building comprises of four wide floors and a basement. Each of the floors comprising of wards.Only the administration and doctors offices are in the main building. There are more than 30 different wards other than the laboratory and O.Ts (Operation theatre). Each ward contains around 20-25 patients on average. This is an average figure, which keeps on changing. Moreover Cardiac ward will likely