WIFI

(Wi-Fi) Wireless Fidelity
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WiFi

(from the article `computer`) A recent standard for wireless Ethernet, known as WiFi, is becoming common for small office and home networks. Using frequencies from 2.4 to 5 ...
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WIFI

A wireless standard capable of far exceeding the data transmission expectations of 3G or third generation. T-Mobile is incorporating in research, and may release a commercial version.
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WIFI

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WiFi

WiFi is short for Wireless Fidelity, and is a term used to describe wireless standards for local network wireless connectivity
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WIFI

WI-FI refers to a type of wireless technology which allows users to connect to a local network without the need for cables, also known as a WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network).
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WiFi

Wireless fidelity. A type of wireless network, where no cables are needed to connect a computer or other piece of communication equipment to each other or the internet
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WIFI

A wireless standard capable of far exceeding the data transmission expectations of 3G or third generation. T-Mobile is incorporating in research, and may release a commercial version.
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WiFi

Wireless Fidelity - Otherwise known as Wireless Networking, commonly using the 802.11b protocol. Har
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