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Introduction The days of being tied to a desktop PC are over and the age of the laptop has taken over Flexibility and mobility have now become absolute standards for using technology in education In this discourse several topics will be discussed first defining what exactly wireless is focusing on the two main types of wireless networks that are used today second the usage of wireless technology will be discussed focusing in on specifically how school are suing wireless networks to benefit their students and last the Pros and Cons of wireless networking will be discussed focusing on both the positive and negative sides of setting up and using a wireless network system Wireless Defined Wireless was an old-fashioned term for a radio receiver referring to its use as a wireless telegraph but in todays day and age wireless is a term used to refer to network-type communications that take place without physical connections wires such as in cell phone networks and wireless broadband Internet The two most common forms of wireless networks are Bluetooth and Wifi According to the official Bluetooth website 2006 Bluetooth provides a way to connect and exchange information between devices like personal digital assistants PDA mobile phones laptops PCs and printers via secure low-cost short range radio frequencies Bluetooth lets these devices talk to each other when they come in range even if they are not in the same room as long as they are within up to 100 meters or 30 feet of each other dependent on the power class of the product From the information obtained at the website HowStuffWorkscom 2006 Wifi was originally intended to be used for mobile devices and Local Area Networks but is now often used for Internet access It enables a person with a wireless-enabled computer or personal digital assistant to connect to the Internet when in closeness of an access point The geographical region covered by one or several access points
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