Psalms 119:37 – Turn away mine eyes from beholding vanity; and quicken thou me in thy way.
Wi-Fi is a wireless network using radio-frequency signals to connect to the Internet or to transmit messages between devices, with no wires. Wi-Fi devices communicate with an access point using radio frequency (RF) signals, just as cordless phones do. To connect to the access point and join a wireless network, computers and devices need to have wireless network adapters.
The main role of the access point is to transmit a wireless signal, which computers can detect and use to make a connection to the network. Everyone within a networks radius, and an appropriate Wi-Fi device, can detect the network and try to connect to it. The router provides this service to nearby devices that can access a wireless signal.
After the handheld Wi-Fi router receives the mobile network, it converts the signal and transmits the radio waves so wireless devices can connect to WiFi. A wireless router emits radio waves through an antenna and beams it across your space, allowing more devices to connect to the Internet at once. A receiver, which will be a WiFi card on the wireless device, will receive a bidirectional radio signal, which allows your devices to access the Internet. The WiFi cards, picking up on radio frequencies, enable devices such as computers to connect wirelessly to the Internet.
The Internet is becoming a tool that broadens knowledge across the globe. The Bible has something to say about that.
Daniel 12:4 – But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.
These devices can wirelessly send and receive data at any location equipped with WiFi access. Multiple devices, such as iPads and laptops, can then wirelessly connect to the portable Wi-Fi access point. When you activate the mobile hotspot, you are sharing the wireless connection to the other devices, which can then access the Internet.
Wi-Fi is a wireless networking technology whereby we can access networks or connect to other computers or mobile phones using wireless media. A wireless router allows the connection of computers and mobile devices with each other, printer, and Internet using either wireless signals or Ethernet cables. Without a wireless router, you would have to use Ethernet cables to connect the modem and computer that you wanted to use to get on the Internet.
If you have multiple computers that are not wired up, or you want to replace an Ethernet network, then you need a wireless router. Commonly known as WiFi, wireless networking allows you to connect laptops, smartphones, and other mobile devices to your home Internet service without the use of Ethernet cables. Wi-Fi provides a wireless alternative to wired networks for sharing data among devices in a building or neighborhood, like laptops and smartphones connected to Internet routers for sharing files.
Wi-Fi technology can be used to provide a local network and Internet access for devices within the Wi-Fi range of one or more internet-connected routers. Wi-Fi is a wireless form of local network and Internet access used by people around the world to connect their devices to the Internet without cables. A wireless access point is a hardware device used by Internet Service Providers to connect you to their wired or xDSL Internet networks.
Matthew 24:14 – And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.
Wi-Fi Direct allows cell phones, cameras, printers, PCs, and gaming devices to set up their own mobile-only Wi-Fi networks, with no Internet connectivity required. Wi-Fi Direct thus uses the Wi-Fi signal to make a private, direct connection, but does not create a larger network over the Internet. Using Wi-Fi, or WLAN, we can build simple wireless connections from point to point, known as Point-to-Point networks.
We can use Wi-Fi also like HOTSPOTS, which points to the Wireless Internet Accesses of a specific area. Wi-Fi itself also provides access to the local network of connected devices, so you can print pictures wirelessly, or watch a video feed from your camera connected over Wi-Fi without having to be physically connected to it. A Wi-Fi access point can also give you useful data on devices in your network, offer active security, and have a variety of other handy purposes.
Proverbs 18:15 – The heart of the prudent getteth knowledge; and the ear of the wise seeketh knowledge.
In some cases, a user without a router may configure their phone or computer to be a WiFi access point, in which they share their devices wireless or wired Internet connections with other devices, much like a router works. Most homes have one router and several devices, including smartphones, desktop and laptop computers, tablets, and smart TVs, which get internet connections to several devices over Wi-Fi from that router. Modern smartphones and tablets are also capable of turning themselves into Wi-Fi access points, using their mobile phone networks connections to offer wireless Internet access to computers and other devices.
Using Wi-Fi, an entire city can be provided with network connectivity, by placing routers in specific areas for internet access. Using hotspots The owners of a primary network connection can offer temporary access to a network for devices with W-Fi capabilities, so the users can take advantage of the network without knowing about the primary network connection. Wi-Fi adapters spread radio signals mostly using the owners network connection to offer a hotspot.
Proverbs 2:10 – When wisdom entereth into thine heart, and knowledge is pleasant unto thy soul;
Most current devices support Wi-Fi, so that a device can join the network for Internet access and shared network resources. Wi-Fi-next devices use radio waves that are very close to the mainstream Wi-Fi spectrum, but are not considered Wi-Fi since they do not connect to the Internet in the same way. Wi-Fi networks are also found in airports, hotels, and other public spaces, where they are provided to customers for convenience. Wi-Fi Direct devices are capable of connecting everywhere, at any time — even if a nearby Wi-Fi network is not available.
Whatever you call WiFi, it is wireless networking technology that gives devices such as desktop computers, laptops, cell phones, smart TVs, gaming consoles, and other compatible wireless devices Internet access. The process for connecting to a Wi-Fi network will differ a bit depending on the type of computer or device you are using, but these are the main steps any system will take.
Proverbs 12:1 – Whoso loveth instruction loveth knowledge: but he that hateth reproof is brutish.