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Radios, Antennas and Other Wi-Fi Essentials

Doesn’t Everyone Already Understand Wi-Fi? Wi-Fi (802.11) is an access technology that connects IP devices to a wired network using wireless radios. The client devices have radios (wireless adapters) that connect to access point (AP) radios. These radios transmit over unlicensed radio spec- trum; either the 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz bands.

So how does an IT manager determine the best Wi-Fi solution for their network? While most IT engineers are very familiar with IP networking, they aren’t always experts in radio tech- nology - a different beast altogether. Until the commercializa- tion of Wi-Fi, most IP networks did not utilize radio-based technology. Now radios are crammed into virtually every type of device imaginable.
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