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Hi
I want to ask about how the computer or laptop can understands the signals of the wireless
Could anyone help me?
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This will explain it better then I can:

How Does WiFi Work? | eHow.com


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thanx alot
yea i know that but how it All works ?
how the signals know pc or laptop?
how the connection established
Could u help me?
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The wifi signal is the same for the PC and a laptop because they both use a wireless card to pick up wifi signals. The internet goes from a modem to a wireless router, which is then transmitted through the air for a certain distance. The wireless card in a computer will detect the signal, and if you tell it to connect, will establish a link between the computer and the wireless router. Apple has a video on their website that explains it in more detail:

Apple: Wireless Basics

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Thanx alot
The vedio is so great & wonderful .
i mean wz ma questions how wireless card in Pc or laptop established alink
I want to know to configure this establistion
Could u help me?
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Sorry, I don't know the exact details on how it works. I'm sure a few minutes of searching the web will give you much more detail though


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Its been quite general question been asked these days.. !! WiFi is the future .. !! but its all communication technology .. As a receiver, synchronisation and magnetic field and lot more.. please go through all the URLs already been provider\d by our dear folks those were very nice..!!

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