Wi-Fi client

Wi-Fi client

A device that connects to a Wi-Fi (wireless) network. Any device that transmits and receives Wi-Fi, such as a laptop, printer, smartphone or camera, is a Wi-Fi client. See Wi-Fi Protected Setup.
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GoNet Systems Wi-Fi solutions are cost-effective and reliable enabling service provider and cellular operators to effectively tap into the huge, and growing, Wi-Fi client installed base.
It offers access points that deliver secure Wi-Fi client access to indoor and outdoor enterprise wireless local area network environments; and mobility controllers, which manage wired and wireless access across indoor, outdoor, and remotes locations.
eConais products provide Wi-Fi client, access point and Wi-Fi Direct™ solutions for applications requiring high priority on system cost, power consumption, ease of use, and fast wake-up times.
The new release features Wi-Fi Client Health Score summaries, designed to replace typical, complex usage statistics with simpler green, yellow or red aggregate lines.
Using a Boingo subscription and its free Wi-Fi client software, users can roam onto any of these locations.
Celeno's solution is client agnostic and delivers HD performance to any third-party Wi-Fi client devices.
Aruba s patented ClientMatch technology resolves the issue of sticky clients and dynamically optimizes Wi-Fi client performance by putting the Wi-Fi infrastructure in control of client connection and roaming decisions.
With Limited AP mode, GainSpan offers the capability to act as a soft access point connecting several Wi-Fi client devices and supporting packet forwarding between these devices.
simplify the subscriber experience with auto-provisioning of Wi-Fi client devices;
lt;p>Windows 7, though, contains a "SoftAP" feature, also called "virtual Wi-Fi," that allows a single PC to function simultaneously as a Wi-Fi client and as an AP to which other Wi-Fi-capable devices can connect.
The first is a full associating mode, in which the tag functions as would any standard Wi-Fi client, enabling it to operate and roam over Wi-Fi infrastructure from any vendor.
Broadcom partners are developing 54g Wi-Fi client solutions, access points, routers, switches, cable modems, DSL modems, VoIP phones, Bluetooth solutions and cellular products.