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

[AM] WIFI (1460 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Gospel / Praise & Worship format. Licensed to Florence Township, in Burlington County, New Jersey, United States, the station is currently operated by Omega Broadcasting, LLC. This station was previously operated by Real Life Broadcasting. In June 2008, Real Life Broadcasting was fined $
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WiFi

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