The Complete Guide to Wireless Communications

Wireless LogoWireless communications come in many forms. In your home you may use WiFi to connect your PCs, tablets and smartphones to the Internet. Bluetooth is commonly found for wireless peripherals such as keyboards and mice, while hands free headsets and car kits use Bluetooth to communicate with your phone. And wireless 3G / 4G internet is now common place, allowing you to access the internet on the go.

This guide takes a look at the various forms of wireless communication that are available today, explores some of the security concerns, and provides advice on choosing the best wireless hardware to suit your needs.

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