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Guide to wireless protocols

When we talk about wireless networks, we often refer exclusively to "wi-fi" even when we talk about types of networks that have nothing to do with this technology. While it might seem ideal that the world of wireless networking uses only one common network protocol, such as wi-fi, modern wireless networks use a variety of protocols instead. One reason above all: no protocol, at least at the moment, is the ideal solution for all existing situations and different types of use. Some protocols are more optimized to conserve power on mobile devices, while others offer faster transfer speeds or more reliable connections over long distances. The protocols listed here have proved useful for use on a large number of devices suitable for the consumer market as well as in industrial and professional applications. LTE Modern smartphones adopt the so-called fourth generation network (also known as 4G) for wireless networks. The phones use a great variety of different network standar

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