There are many WiFi advantages to users. Let's have a closer look at them:
- WiFi uses unlicensed radio spectrum and does not require regulatory approval for individual deployers.
- It allows local area networks (LANs) to be setup with cabling. The can reduce associated costs of network connection and expansions. Places where cables cannot be run, such as outdoor areas and historical buildings can use wireless LANs.
- WiFi products are extensively available in the market. There are different brands of access points and user's network interfaces are able to inter-operate at a very basic service level.
- Prices are considerably lower as competition amongst vendors' increases.
- WiFi networks can support roaming. This allows mobile users with laptop computer to be able to move from one access point to another.
- Numerous access points and network interfaces support various degrees of encryption to protect traffic from interception.
- WiFi has a set of global standards. Not like the cellular carriers, the same WiFi users can work in different countries around the world at all time.
For more WiFi information:
WiFi – How it works? | WiFi Hotspots
Free WiFi | WiFi Gaming
WiFi Disadvantages | WiFi Future
Other different types of Broadband
WiFi | EVDO | Wireless LAN