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WiFi

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. wireless local area network, WLAN, wireless fidelity, WiFi(noun)

    a local area network that uses high frequency radio signals to transmit and receive data over distances of a few hundred feet; uses ethernet protocol

Freebase

  1. WIFI

    WIFI is a radio station broadcasting a brokered format. Licensed to Florence, New Jersey, USA, the station is currently operated by Florence Broadcasting Partners, LLC. This station was previously owned by Real Life Broadcasting. In June 2008, Real Life Broadcasting was fined $23,000 by the Federal Communications Commission for repeatedly violating the broadcasting power constraints of its license.

Editors Contribution

  1. wifi

    A form of telecommunications technology.

    The wifi network works efficiently.

    Submitted by MaryC on March 5, 2020  

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  1. WIFI

    What does WIFI stand for? -- Explore the various meanings for the WIFI acronym on the Abbreviations.com website.

How to pronounce WiFi?

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How to say WiFi in sign language?

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of WiFi in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of WiFi in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of WiFi in a Sentence

  1. Larry Johnson:

    Every country is engaged in spying at this event, and they have their intelligence/surveillance teams come in at least a week in advance, often from different ports of entry, so they are harder to trace, they will be doing every type of surveillance you can imagine, from intercepting cell phone traffic and WiFi to bugging hotel rooms, visual surveillance (photography) and in-person reconnaissance. Johnson said the.

  2. Switchfly CEO Daniel Farrar:

    There are several ways in which hotel loyalty programs can meet and surpass consumer expectations: frequent promotions with concierge-quality services available to lower-tier members, automated check-ins without staff interaction; Wifi (which is no longer an amenity, but a requirement).

  3. Brad Russell:

    Routers used to be seen as a purely functional device with a bunch of unsightly antennas that you'd hide inside a room, now they're designed to be Apple-esque things that are beautiful to look at. Some of these newfangled WiFi routers are here today ; others are coming soon. We ’ll be putting many of their claims to the test as the devices appear on the market. And we’ve already tested theEeroandGoogle Asus OnHubrouters — which had split results compared to other routers in our labs. Here’s what the newcomers are promising. Probably the biggest complaint among WiFi users is that there are places in the house where wireless signals don't quite reach. There are a number of solutions to this, including the use of WiFi extenders, but these can be a pain to use and they’re not always effective. For one thing, many of them use the same radios for both receiving and sending data, which cuts their throughput, or speed. Most of these repeaters also create a secondary network you must manually log onto during setup. Routers like the Eero and Luma( promised for June) take a different approach. Instead of one box sitting in the middle of your house beaming radio signals in all directions, these companies let you deploy multiple routers that communicate via mesh networking — so the WiFi router in your living room connects to the one in your study, which talks to the one upstairs in the master bedroom, and so on, blanketing your house in WiFi signals. In addition to testing Eero routers in our lab, both as a standalone device and as a three-pack, we installed a set of them in an editor's home, and found that the system largely lived up to its claims for wide coverage and easy setup. Every new generation of router technology is faster than the previous one. Routers that use the current WiFi radio protocol( known as 802.11 ac) can handle more data than those based on the previous protocol( 802.11 n) — and all of the recommended routers in our Ratings adhere to 802.11. ac. The next-generation devices, called.

  4. Jeff Moss:

    When I need to call people and I don't trust the local providers, I just encrypt it out and then I get my voice call. Related : 10 Data Security Mistakes Startups Can't Afford to Make 4. Avoid hotel WiFi and business centersIf your business has a properly configured VPN -- a Virtual Private Network -- your information is generally safe. But occasionally, if you're using the hotel’s WiFi -- either in the business center or your room -- it will block your VPN or only certain ones will work. A lot of these hotels, to even get online, you can't get on the WiFi without first accepting the terms of service or paying or something. So you can't use your VPN for that portion and that's the most dangerous period, a lot of those use expired SSL search that are not compatible with modern browsers.

  5. Dan Aykroyd:

    These people, they’re insignificant gnats, they’re losers, they have no lives of their own, they can probably barely pay for the wifi they’re using, probably no jobs. I would say you’re looking at obese white men between 50 and 60 who are active Klan members or members of the Aryan Nation and there are millions of them.

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