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Wi-Fi Technology

Wi-Fi is short form for Wireless Fidelity. It is a technology that uses radio waves and creates a wireless network. Computers, printers, IoT devices, mobile phones are connected to the internet by using a router. Most commonly used radio band is the 2.4 gigahertz (120 mm) UHF and 5 gigahertz (60 mm) SHF. These wave bands are relatively high absorption and work best in line-of-sight use.

Demand For High Speed Connectivity

The world today is getting connected at an incredible pace. Demand for seamless in high speed connectivity, both indoors and outdoors is growing exponentially. Increasingly WiFi hotspots are becoming the first choice for network access. Even cities across the globe are set to become smart with ubiquitous WiFi connectivity. Next-generation WiFi technologies like WiFi 6 and 6A Hs 2.0 and open roaming or not only promising improved coverage and user experience but also seamless connectivity on the go.

dWi-Fi

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