Wi-Fi

In today’s world, Wi-Fi is an essential part of our lives. Wi-Fi is a wireless networking technology that allows computers and other devices to communicate with each other without the use of cables. Wi-Fi has become so popular because it is very convenient and easy to use. There are two types of Wi-Fi networks: Infrastructure mode and Ad hoc mode. Infrastructure mode is the most common type of Wi-Fi network. It consists of a router or access point that connects devices to each other and to the internet. Ad hoc mode does not require a router or access point; instead, it uses peer-to-peer connections between devices. Wi-Fi speeds can vary… Read More

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802.11ac

The 802.11ac is the latest standard for wireless networking, and it offers several advantages over previous standards. The most significant advantage is its speed; 802.11ac can theoretically achieve speeds of up to 1 Gigabit per second, which is much faster than previous standards. This increased speed makes 802.11ac ideal for applications that require high bandwidth, such as streaming video or large file transfers. Another advantage of 802.11ac is its improved range compared to earlier standards; it can operate in both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands and has been designed specifically to reduce interference from other devices operating in these bands (such as Bluetooth devices). This improved range means… Read More

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