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August 21, 2020 By Swapnil Suryawanshi

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Wi-Fi is a family of wireless network protocols, based on the IEEE 802.11 family of standards, which are commonly used for local area networking of devices and Internet access. Wi‑Fi is a trademark of the non-profit Wi-Fi Alliance, which restricts the use of the term Wi-Fi Certified to products that successfully complete interoperability certification testing. As of 2010, the Wi-Fi Alliance consisted of more than 375 companies from around the world. As of 2009, Wi-Fi-integrated circuit chips shipped approximately 580 million units yearly. Devices that can use Wi-Fi technologies include desktops and laptops, smartphones and tabletssmart TVsprinters, digital audio players, digital cameras, cars, and drones.

Given the central role that wireless networking plays in the enterprise today, WLAN expertise is more valuable than ever. Getting a wireless network up and running is no small feat, and all the maintenance and troubleshooting required to keep end users happy can be tricky. Users expect ubiquitous wireless access and often are quick to blame the wireless network for any connectivity issues, so WLAN pros have to be on their toes.

An outdoor Wi-Fi access point

Of all the resources WiFi engineers have to turn to for help, perhaps one of the best is the advice they can get from their colleagues. And fortunately, WiFi experts like helping each other out by blogging about their experiences in the trenches. In these WiFi networking blogs, you’ll find a wealth of WiFi troubleshooting tips, WLAN architecture design guidance, thought-provoking opinions on hot WiFi topics, and career advice. You also can get the low-down on WLAN products and technologies without the vendor hype.

With so many WiFi networking blogs on the web today, so it can be hard to know where to start. We chose 15 blogs to get you started. Our selection includes some big names in the WLAN community as well as a few up-and-coming bloggers. This set favors blogs that are updated more frequently, and includes experts who share their knowledge at Interop.

Access point :

An AirPort wireless G Wi-Fi adapter from an Apple MacBook.

A wireless access point (WAP) connects a group of wireless devices to an adjacent wired LAN. An access point resembles a network hub, relaying data between connected wireless devices in addition to a (usually) single connected wired device, most often an Ethernet hub or switch, allowing wireless devices to communicate with other wired devices.

Router :

Wireless routers integrate a Wireless Access Point, Ethernet switch, and internal router firmware application that provides IP routingNAT, and DNS forwarding through an integrated WAN-interface. A wireless router allows wired and wireless Ethernet LAN devices to connect to a (usually) single WAN device such as a cable modem, DSL modem, or optical modem.

Bridge :

Wireless network bridges can act to connect two networks to form a single network at the data-link layer over Wi-Fi. The main standard is the wireless distribution system (WDS).

Geolocation :

Wi-Fi positioning systems use the positions of Wi-Fi hotspots to identify a device’s location.

A Wi-Fi device is a short-range wireless device. Wi-Fi devices are fabricated on RF CMOS integrated circuit (RF circuit) chips.

This Netgear Wi-Fi router contains dual bands for transmitting the 802.11 standards across the 2.4 and 5 GHz spectrums and supports MIMO.