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Wi-Fi networking gives you the freedom to add mobile devices in your network and share data or an Internet connection, but it can also allow outsiders to gain access to your network if your security is not sufficient. Wi... More »

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While there is debate about who actually invented the wireless LAN, Wi-Fi was invented by a group of Australian scientists working for a government research agency known as the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Rese... More »

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A wi-fi booster uses Multiple in and Multiple Out technology, also known as MIMO, to receive and boost network signals within a particular area. It consists of numerous radio signal transmitters and receivers that receiv... More »

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Wi-Fi Direct is a wireless technology that allows supported devices to connect directly through Wi-Fi and print documents, share files and synchronize. Personal computers, printers, mobile phones and cameras that bear th... More »

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Reposition your router or add wireless hardware devices to your network to extend the range of your Wi-Fi. Signals emanating from wireless routers degrade with distance, causing range limits. More »

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People can get Wi-Fi in any location by using a portable hotspot, tethering data from a smart phone or using a municipal wireless network. Municipal wireless networks offer Wi-Fi over a large geographical area. Often cus... More »

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Wi-Fi is a network that uses radio waves to transfer data. The network uses the integrated wireless adapter of a computer to transmit data from a radio signal to an antenna. After the signal is received by the antenna, t... More »

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