Wireless LAN Card

Wireless LAN Card

Wireless LAN cards is a hardware component that enables a computer to connect to a wireless network. It serves as an interface between the computer and the wireless network, allowing the computer to communicate with other devices on the network without the need for cables or wires. This wireless LAN card devices consists of a radio transmitter and receiver that sends and receives signals over a wireless network. These signals are encoded and decoded using various wireless protocols, such as 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11n. Internal WLAN cards are integrated into the motherboard of the computer, while external WLAN cards are connected to the computer via a USB port. Once PC wireless LAN network card is installed and configured on a computer, the user can connect to a wireless network by selecting the network name and entering the security credential

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