Wireless communication technology is a modern alternative to traditional wired networking. Where wired networks rely on cables to connect digital devices together, wireless networks rely on wireless technologies.
Wireless technologies are widely used in both home and business computer networks, for a variety of uses. A large number of technologies have been developed to support wireless networking in different scenarios.
The primary and most obvious, advantage of using wireless technology is the huge mobility it offers (portability and freedom of movement). Not only does wireless let you use devices untethered to a wall, they also eliminate unsightly cables that inevitably have to be dealt with in wired networks.
Traditional forms of internet service rely on telephone lines, cable television lines, and fiber optic cables. While the underlying core of the internet remains wired, several alternative forms of internet technology utilize wireless to connect homes and businesses.
There are, for example, wireless internet services like public Wi-Fi networks for wireless access when you’re not at home, fixed wireless broadband for wireless at-home internet access, satellite internet, and others.
In view of these facts, a careful thought has to be given to the design, planning, installation and optimizing a wireless network. Owing to this facts, Fibertrain has several rf engineering training courses designed to equip both those pursuing a career in the field of Rf and professionals on the principles of Rf design, planning and optimization.
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