GCSE Computer Science: Wireless Networks
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Wi-Fi?
Wi-Fi is a wireless networking technology that uses radio waves to transmit data between devices. Wi-Fi networks are commonly used in homes, offices, and public spaces to provide wireless internet access.
What is Bluetooth?
Bluetooth is a wireless networking technology that is used to connect devices over short distances, typically within 10 meters. Bluetooth is commonly used to connect devices like smartphones, headphones, and speakers.
What are cellular networks?
Cellular networks are wireless networks that are used to provide mobile phone and internet services. Cellular networks use radio waves to transmit data between devices and cell towers, allowing users to connect to the internet and make phone calls from almost anywhere.
What are satellite networks?
Satellite networks are wireless networks that use satellites in orbit to transmit data between devices. Satellite networks are commonly used in remote areas where other types of networks are not available.
What are the advantages of wireless networks?
The advantages of wireless networks include the ability to connect devices without the need for physical cables, the ability to connect devices over long distances, and the ability to provide mobile connectivity. Wireless networks also offer greater flexibility and scalability than wired networks.