Wireless Networking
wireless networking

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Wireless networking transformed how we used our computers and other gadgets in our homes and offices. Basically it uses a radio frequency signal instead of wires to connect your devicesto the Internet and each other. The days of wires connecting devices are mostly gone, though sometimes helpful. But WiFi and Bluetooth have led to an incredible amout of productivity and innovation. It's changed the way we work, and also how we entertain ourselves with innovations such as music streaming and streaming television.

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How to Build a Wireless Home Network
Design, install, and configure a wireless network.

5 Uses for a Wireless Communication System
There are various forms of wireless communication. These include satellite, mobile, wireless networks, infrared, and Bluetooth. Unfortunately, many companies don’t know how to use or benefit from these technologies.

How to See Who's On Your Wi-Fi
Is your internet sluggish? If you suspect a neighbor is stealing your Wi-Fi, here's how to identify devices using your connection and boot them off.

Advantages and disadvantages of wireless networks
Excellent overview.

10 Ways to Boost Your Wi-Fi Signal
Check out these quick tips to boost your wireless signal from your router, extend and optimize your Wi-Fi coverage, and speed up your surfing.

Wireless Security Tips
The weak security of wireless networks is a perfect environment for cyberattackers. They know that the most efficient way to access a group of devices located together in a small area is to hack into the wireless network on which users depend for internet access. As such, wireless security solutions are in high demand.

Wireless Connections and Bluetooth Security Tips
Useful tips from the FCC. TWi-Fi networks and Bluetooth connections can be vulnerable points of access for data or identity theft. Fortunately, there are many ways to decrease your chances of becoming a victim.

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