What is WiFI?
Originally WiFi originated from the term Wireless Fidelity which was trademarked. WiFi originated to connect wirelessly to the Internet with laptops and other devices which are called IOT devices. The WiFi protocol was released in 1997 with version 802.11. In 1997 the Internet didnt move as fast as today! In 1997 WiFi transmitted at speeds up 2 Megabit Per Second if you were lucky are standing near your router. As the Internet progressed as more and more people connected to it, more devices were created. These devices needed more speed. WiFi was then upgraded in 1999 to speeds of 11 Megabit Per Second. This protocol was dubbed 802.11b. At that time the Wi-Fi Alliance or WiFi Alliance formed a trade association to hold the trademark which all IEEE 802.11 products use. Normally, the IEEE acronym is referred to as “The I Triple E”. Thus began the billions of devices now connect to the Internet with WiFi. It is important to note that the standardization of WiFi was increadibly important to standardize how wireless devices communicate with each other or communicate to the router or access point to obtain Internet Access.
Internet Speed Vs. WiFi Speed
At your home or business your connected to the Internet with your ISP or Internet Service Provider. This speed varies of course depending on either your budget. Internet speeds at many locations around the United States is getting faster and faster. Speeds for WiFi are growing much faster than the speed you can get from your ISP currently. The misconception is getting a WiFi router or access point that is the newest like today we have WiFi 6e which connection speeds are easily 2 Gigabit per second or Gbps or more and thing your Internet speed will increase. Well it will from the device your using to the router. As I am writing this I am connected at 2.1Gbps however, my speed to the Internet is 1Gbps. I am lucky enough to have AT&T Fiber at my home which has 1Gbps download and upload speeds. Not bad at all! So, connecting at WiFi 6e I am actually getting the full bandwidth from AT&T which is my ISP.
Why write for AVN Advisors?
Simply to expand your business reach and increase your organic SEO.
What we are looking for are people to write good articles about WiFi. Their stories or horror stories. We want your stories! We have built a very nice interface here where you can upload your document and with approval which normally takes about a week you will get it posted.
- Expand your business reach and potential reach. You will increase the traffic to your web site.
- Your exposure rate will increase dramatically.
- Generate Back Links to your home page and a few specific areas of your web site that you want more traffic to.
- Sell more technology products. Make more money by spending a bit of time writing an article.
- This is a time investment, not a monetary investment.
How does this work?
Its very simple. We have built a very easy to use interface on this page to upload your article. Within about 3 to 5 days we will review it and if meets our criteria we will post it.
Once your article is approved you will receive an email that your article has been posted with a link to it. You will also get an email if there was any issues with it whereas you will have the ability to change or update it.
We are very much looking forward to finding people who want to help grow the information surrounding WiFi. We are very much excited about telling the story from other peoples perspective. We want to be able to publish success stories, problems with setups, problems with hardware, stories on how WiFi helped you. We would like to have enough information on WiFi in particular that everyone can learn from other peoples experiences.
Our WiFi article writing guidelines
- Your WiFi article should be a minimum of 1000 words.
- The content should be unique.
- Your article cannot come from ChatGPT! 🙂
- We will allow 1 link to your home page and 2 other unique links to your web site.
- All images with copywrites need to be 1200 X 700.
- You cannot have any mistakes within your article. No misspelled words and grammar must be pretty good.
- Plagiarism will not be tolerated.
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