Wireless modem routers use radio frequency waves to receive data from the Internet or a network and to send data to personal computers. Routers use the same technology as radio, television and mobile phone networks throu... More »

When the link light on a modem is blinking, it means that there is data being transmitted between equipment, such as between a computer and modem. The Ethernet link makes the data transfer possible. More »

Modems use frequency shift keying to send digital information over a telephone line. The sending modem modulates the digital data into a signal that can be deciphered by the phone line, while the receiving modem demodula... More »

Wireless local area network (or WLAN) is a network of computers or devices that uses high frequency radio signals to communicate data, while Wi-Fi, short for wireless fidelity, is the trademark name used to identify WLAN... More »

The Internet is a network of autonomous computers linked together by wireless, cable or fiber links; devices exchange information over the network through data packets. It is governed by a set of protocols called TCP/IP. More »

The Internet is a huge network of computers that send messages and other data to each other. For the most part, it works using the same underlying infrastructure used for telephone voice calling. More »

Wireless Internet works by utilizing a wireless network that employs radio waves to transmit data. A wireless adapter connected to a computer transforms the data into radio signals that are transmitted via an antenna. A ... More »