The Advantages Of Wireless Networks

The Advantages Of Wireless Networks In this world of modern technology, most people prefer not to connect computers with Ethernet cables because excessive cables scattered throughout their office or home is unsightly. You can choose to install a wireless network to avoid excessive cabling. For a wireless network, there is no need to use Ethernet cables to connect your computers to the DSL or router.  read more

What You Need To Know About Wireless Broadband

What You Need To Know About Wireless Broadband The notion wireless broadband is applied to explain the wireless connections availed in cellular networks and wireless broadband internet. Nowadays, the word wireless is comprehensively describing the communication through utilization of low-powered radio waves for the data channeling between devices. Wireless broadband access refers to the technology developed which is focused at offering high-speed wireless access over a wide area from certain gadgets such as personal computers and data networks. Fundamentally, wireless broadband access service providers are available in specifically in rural areas where cable or DSL is difficult to be found. A wireless broadband access connection can either be licensed or unlicensed though.  read more

Wireless Home Security Systems

Wireless Home Security Systems dding wireless home security systems to your home or office can be quite easy as long as you know what you want and how to install them. With just a few simple facts in hand, you can quickly be on your way to finding what you want from the various wireless home security systems.Prior to choosing wireless home security systems, you must decide a few things.  read more

How to secure your wireless network

How to secure your wireless network People have more flexible time due to wireless network. Thanks to the invention of wireless. People can now work from home while taking care of their kids or doing house works. No more stress from traffic jam anymore. Is this great?Well, there is something you should realize. Working from home while using a wireless local area network (WLAN) may lead to theft of sensitive information and hacker or virus infiltration unless proper measures are taken. As WLANs send information over radio waves, someone with a receiver in your area could be picking up the transmission, thus gaining access to your computer. They could load viruses on to your laptop which could be transferred to the company's network when you go back to work.  read more


TDMA (Time Division Multiply Access) until recently was associated more with mobile networks, or satellite, rather than with Wi-Fi networks. Ubiquiti's AirMax protocol has introduced this alternative method of accessing the media along with some other manufacturers like Mikrotik - NV2 or Motorola's Canopy.TDMA transmission works in the way that Access Point is allocating time slots for the stations, - short stretches of time in which they can transmit and receive data. The TDMA access to the media has a very big advantage over the traditional CSMA approach as there is no hidden node issue (the stations don't have to "fight' for transmission and they get more time slots if they require more bandwidth - dynamic allocation of resources) which increases the overall network capacity. read more
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