Wireless Access Points Procurement in the US
This report is intended to assist buyers of wireless access points (WAPs). WAPs translate the electronic signal from a network into a signal that the user's wireless devices can receive. WAPs use a variety of frequency bands to transmit and receive data packets within a specific area. These areas are usually named through a unique identifier, also known as a Service Set Identifier (SSID), and protected through security protocols, such as WPA-PSK. Any device with the proper networking software and Wi-Fi support can connect to a WAP, including computers, printers or phones. Typical suppliers in this market include manufacturers and wholesalers. This report excludes other networking equipment such modems and all forms of network routers and switches.
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