How does Wi-Fi start?
The first step on how Wi-Fi works is that the cable has to enter the home or the building. First the cable enters the house or building. The cable starts at the cable provider. Second is the cable then runs across the telephone poles. Then enters the house or building.
How does Wi-Fi get to other devices?
The second step on how Wi-Fi works is that you have to make sure the internet service is hooked up to the main computer. After the wireless router is then hooked up to the main computer the main computer has a program that operates the Wi-Fi. Usually the Wi- your devices. The wireless device then sends a signal to the other devices in the home or building.
Here are some facts about Wi-Fi. Fact 1 is that sometimes you have to enter a password to get Wi-Fi. But sometimes it does not have a password and it logs in itself. Fact 2 is that the person or company has to pay for other people to use their Wi-Fi. Fact three is that you do not have to plug anything in when your device is making a different connection with Wi-Fi. Fact four is that the first version of Wi-Fi was made in 1997.
Those were a few steps and a few facts on how Wi-Fi works. People say they can’t live without their phones or other devices. But they are always using Wi-Fi on there devices. Without Wi-Fi the world would change a lot. My guess on how kids would change if there was no Wi-Fi is that I think more kids would be outside and more kids would be a lot more active because they are always on their devices but they would be bored and they could play out to keep them entertained. If you follow those few steps on how Wi-Fi works you should know almost everything you need to know on how Wi-Fi works.