Wireless Access Point Reviews – How and Why Standards Matter

If you plan to DIY a wireless local area network (WLAN), you may want to know what a wireless access point is and what those terms like 802.11a/b/g/n refer to. After all, it is the most important device in a WLAN, and a bad choice would affect the overall performance. What follows are some wireless […]




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Types Of Wireless Speaker Adapters

If you’re setting up a theater room or a home theater, and you buy wireless speakers for this purpose, it is recommended that you buy a wireless speaker adapter. For people who live in houses that were built many years ago, wires and cables are certainly of interest. Installing cables through walls and wood floors […]




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Free Wi-fi Network Access in Philadelphia

A new effort is underway in the city of Philadelphia for a project which will cover the entire city with free Wi-Fi network. The reachable wireless access area will be enough to cover 135 square miles, and if all goes well it will be the largest in scale wireless network in the U.S. This project […]




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The wireless networks promise to eliminate cables – A Historic Perspective

King Harald Bluetooth has lived in Denmark since 910 AD until 940 AD. The name Bluetooth (or Blataand in the language of the Vikings) has nothing to do with blue teeth. It means dark color of hair, which was very unusual for Scandinavians. The existence of King Harald Bluetooth would be completely unknown if it […]




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Wireless 802.11 N and MIMO

Demand for wireless LAN networks has experienced exponential growth during the past several years, evolving quickly from novelty into necessity. As a measure of this expansion, WLAN equipment shipments in 2008 surpassed the 400-million-unit mark. The newest wifi network standard is 802.11n (sometimes you can see this referred to as wireless-N). It is considered the […]




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Setup a wireless Network-Things to avoid

1. Do not name your SSID your last name or first name 2. Do not have your pass phrase your last name of first name 3. Don’t leave your wireless channel at six, change it to 2 or 11 4. Don’t leave your wireless network open enable some sort of encryption 5. Place your wireless […]




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