In the modern age of technology, most of us are using the Internet wherever we go. We use it at our homes, at our offices, at public places such as libraries, Internet cafes, and airports. However, the vast majority of people never think about how this Internet access they are using reaches their laptops, desktop computers, smartphones, tablet PC’s, PDA’s and so on. Well, today’s most commonly found and widely preferred type of Internet connection is a wireless Internet connection, or Wi-Fi.
Wireless Internet Connection Explained in Simple Terms
To put it simply, wireless Internet connection is a type of Internet access that doesn’t require a physical connection to your computer or any other device that will access the World Wide Web through this network. However, there must be a central device of some kind, which is responsible for retrieving the Internet access from the ISP, and sending it to other devices covered by the wireless network. This device uses radio waves to send the signal to other devices, while being connected physically to the source of Internet access. So, this basically means that you