Introduction Of WI-FI :
Today in this post we will tell you in detail what is Wi-Fi and what are its standards, read it carefully and you will understand. So what are you waiting for, let’s start.
what is wifi :
The full name of wifi is wireless fidelity. Wi-Fi is a wireless network technology that allows computers and other devices to communicate with wireless signals. Wi-Fi is a technology that provides internet connectivity using radio waves. And through this we do not need wire cable to use internet on our devices.
The main advantage of Wi-Fi is that it is compatible with all advanced operating systems, devices, and printers.
Technically speaking, Wi-Fi is a type of Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) which is based on the 802.11 IEEE () network standard and was developed by the IEEE in 1997. When they first developed 802.11 Wi-Fi, its speed was 2 mbps.
Today Wi-Fi is being used on a large scale for data transfer and internet use. With the advent of this technology, many people’s tasks have become easier. If we talk about internet speed, then the internet speed of Wi-Fi is much higher than that of mobile network.
What is the full form of Wi-Fi?
The full form of Wi-Fi is Wireless Fidelity.
How does Wi-Fi work?
Wi-Fi creates a connection between two devices without any kind of wire. Wi-Fi device uses radio frequency to create this network. To connect with this wireless network, it is necessary to have an Access Point (AP). And the area where there is Wi-Fi is called hotspot.
To create a Wi-Fi network, two devices are required. One is the router through which radio waves are spread around the router. And there is another device with which we want to create a wireless network.
A module is provided inside every device to receive the signal transmitted by the router. By which we make wireless connection between those two devices.