Wifi is an abbreviation for Wireless Fidelity. The full form of wifi is Wireless Fidelity Internet Access.
A wireless local area network (WLAN) is a type of computer network that functions within a limited geographical area, typically in a building or campus. WIFI is a technology that allows for high-speed wireless communication within a limited area.
One of the most common types of WIFI is called 802.11g or IEEE 802.11g, which is a networking standard that operates in the 2.4 gigahertz (GHz) frequency band and provides 54 megabits per second (Mbit/s).
Wi-Fi allows you to use the internet from your phone, laptop, or other Wi-Fi enabled device without using a physical cable to connect to the internet service provider. You can also use Wi-Fi as a hotspot for your tablet or smartphone if you have one with cellular data coverage.
There are many different features to consider when choosing a WiFi device. For instance, some devices can only be used with one device at a time while others can be used with several. There are also different models with varying lengths of signal range.
The following are some specifications for wifi devices:
- 2.4 to 2.497 GHz frequency band.