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The biggest difference between your wired internet connection and wireless internet connection is the cable. A cable connection uses a router or network card (usually built on your computer) and a cable that connects your computer to the router. On the contrary, wireless internet does not have much difficulty. The only component you need is your computer and router. How does wireless internet work? Well, your Wi-Fi provider will have a tower around it designed to receive radio signals from service providers. The antenna on your computer receives signals from the tower. So when your computer successfully receives radio signals sent from the nearest tower, you are connected to the Internet.

In their struggle to provide better service to their customers, businesses have established wireless internet centers in certain areas. In many cases, this service is provided free of charge by business owners to attract more customers. As mentioned above, wireless Internet service providers use remote wireless signals to connect end users to the Internet. However, because of the limited range of wireless signals, he became weaker when he moved away from the tower. Therefore, users must be in certain zones to enjoy unlimited connectivity. If you move away from the tower, you will be cut off. For services that promise Internet access while traveling, this is a small loss. This is probably the reason why wireless Internet services have not been able to completely cut off the cable connection market.

One of the main advantages of wireless internet is that they are said to offer greater reliability than cable connections. Service providers benefit because they do not need to pay for cable or satellite transmission. On the other hand, there are some concerns about the effects of radiation on the health of users. Wireless internet is said to emit three times the radiation emitted by cellphones. Therefore, it is considered a health hazard even if this study is not confirmed. Another feature is the compatibility of various devices that can use Wi-Fi connections. People with cellphones or PDAs with web browsers can easily connect to the Internet where Wi-Fi services are available.

Because cellphones are now complete to make the lives of its users easier, they can do anything the PC can do. Operating systems are now available on mobile so they can communicate and calculate needs. As a result, what has been achieved by wireless internet in the near future gives us access 24 hours a day without interruption. If you include developments in science and technology, I think people can call wireless internet. Given its comfort and simplicity, it will play a key role in redefining how we live on this planet.

Now there is a claim for a better solution for unlimited communication called cyberspace. Mobile internet is not fast enough to be called a viable option. But now with increasingly advanced technology, cellular internet has grown rapidly. It has the ability to provide wired running services for Internet connections to get money. So, is wireless internet really better than your wired Internet connection? Yes, it looks like this.

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