[[What is wireless LAN?]]

A wireless LAN (WLAN) [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_LAN ] is a wireless computer network that connects two or more devices using wireless communication to frame a local area network (LAN) within a limited zone, for example, a home, school, computer laboratory, campus, office building, etc.

Wireless LANs refers to any local area network (LAN) that a mobile user can connect with through a wireless (radio) connection.

[[How does Wireless LAN work?]]

Fundamentally, first, a computer's wireless adapter changes the data into radio signals and then transmits these signals using an antenna. Then a wireless router gets the signal and decodes it. It then sends the data through a wired Ethernet connection with the internet.

[[Types of Wireless Networks:]]

Comparison of Wireless Network Types

[[WLANs: Wireless Local Area Networks]]

WLANs allow users in a local area, such as college campuses or libraries, to form a network or to access the internet. A temporary network can be shaped by few users without the need for an access point; given that they needn't bother with access to network resources.

[[WPANS: Wireless Personal Area Networks]]

The two current technologies for wireless personal area networks are Infra-Red (IR) and Bluetooth (IEEE 802.15). These will permit the network of personal devices inside a region of around 30 feet. In any case, IR requires a direct line of site and the range is less.

[[WMANS: Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks]]

This technology permits the connection of multiple networks in a metropolitan area, for example, various buildings in a city, which can be an alternative or backup to laying copper or fiber cabling.

[[WWANS: Wireless Wide Area Networks]]

These kinds of networks can be maintained over large areas, for example, cities or countries, via various satellite systems or antenna destinations are taken care of by an ISP. These kinds of systems are referred to as 2G (second Generation) systems.

[[WLAN IN Networking]]

To ensure that you have the correct WLAN system set up, you have to invest in the services of a Wireless Network Engineer (https://www.fieldengineer.com/skills/wireless-network-engineer/ ). A Wireless Network Engineer will guarantee that each part of your WLAN operates smoothly. They will ensure that you don't keep running into any issues with the setup of this wireless LAN network.

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