Wireless Access Points, their Application, and Specifications for Business Purposes
Wireless Access Points, also known as WAPs, wireless APs, or simply Access Points, are physical devices used for providing a connection between the wireless part of the network to the wired part of the network. They closely resemble broadband routers and act as a transmitter and receiver of wireless radio signals. Their hardware comprises antennas, radio receivers, device firmware, and adopters. Wireless Access Points or WAPs can use network standards like Bluetooth or Wi-Fi to provide connection to wireless-capable devices so that they can access LAN or the internet. In simple words, WAPs add Wi-Fi capabilities to an existing wired network.
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