To understand the Wi-Fi technology and its applications in Indian business organisations
In today’s high-tech world connectivity to networks is extremely important for organizations to survive. Networking is possible of various machines like computers, laptops, cell phones etc. This term paper talks of Wi-Fi, the wireless technology that allows internet connection to be broadcasted through radio waves. Its purpose serves directly to the users looking for internet access devoid of any cords or wires.
What is Wi-Fi?
Wi-Fi is a wireless technology brand that is owned by Wi-Fi Alliance
Wi-Fi Alliance is a consortium of …show more content…
P&O Ports in Navi Mumbai (near Mumbai) uses heavy moving cranes to load cargo on the ships and remote controls them with the use of Wi-Fi technology. These cranes were earlier controlled from base stations more than 100 meters away, through wires which would at times get cut due to the movement of the cranes. To address the issue, The organization used 802.11b technology to connect the cranes to the base stations. And now, the cranes enjoy unhindered movement in the port.
Jindal Strips Limited, a part of a steel conglomerate in Haryana wanted to connect its Cold Roll Division with its HR and Administration Division. The two division's offices were across the road, but had a railway track planted squarely in between them. The company first used optic fibre links, but they were not very useful because the roads were continuously dug up for repairs and the intense heat from the furnaces was too harsh on the fiber.