Advantages of mobile wireless network, Computer Networking

Advantages of mobile wireless network over a wired network is it is very much popular, it is very easy to set up, it requires a simple plug and the speed and reliability is very much high in terms of techniques. It is always faster and never slower. The level of convenience is also good; it has physical access to the router. It requires easy installation process and low maintenance cost in future and it is also very to expand the network in future. It is also very flexible in terms of networks. It is also very inexpensive, neat and clean.

It is a very simple idea and it is quite complex. It gives an overview and creates a disadvantage in the work place because it affects the work in the workplace. It also creates a challenge and frustration in the workplace which impact their goals and level of success.

 

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