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What is a Wireless Media Hub?

Wireless Media hub is a portable storage solution for your wireless devices such as smartphone tablets, etc. These gadgets are Wi-Fi enabled and let you transfer files such as photos, videos, or documents to external memory cards of flash drives. This type of device functions more as a media server

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What is a Wireless Key?

A wireless key is a type of security password exchanged between a router and a wireless client. This key is used to ensure the authenticity of the devices that are connected to a network. Different standards, such as WEP, WPA & WPA2, have been developed by Wi-Fi alliance that uses a wireless key.

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What is Infrastructure Mode in Wireless Network

Infrastructure wireless network is the method where all wireless devices communicate using a central device, the access point such as a router. In ad-hoc networking, devices communicate directly with each other without the use of an access point. Wireless network set up at home is in infrastructure mode.

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What is 802.11ac Standard in Wireless Networks?

802.11ac is an IEEE standard which was finalized at the end of 2013 but was formally approved on January 7, 2014. 802.11ac operated on 5 GHz frequency band. Its high frequency allows the radio waves to carry more data. There is no interference with 2.4 GHz frequency band used by household devices.

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Everything About Wireless N Networking

Wireless N Networking refers to computers networks that follow specifications in IEEE 802.11n standard. Development of 802.11n began in 2002 & was published in 2009. Alternate names such as “Wireless N” and “Draft N” were coined to distinguish early products whose development started before 2009.

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