Wireless Access Points
Wireless access points, also known as hotspots, are the configured nodes present on the local area network or LAN to allow wireless devices and wired networks to connect smoothly through the wireless standard. It can include a Wi-Fi connection or even Bluetooth connectivity. The wireless access points feature antennae and radio transmitters. This helps facilitate a smooth connection between the network or internet and the smart devices. Such access points help provide internet connectivity in multiple sites like train stations, airports, coffee shops, educational centers, offices, etc.