WiFi Network Engineer

Wi-Fi Network Engineers design, implement, maintain, and resolve issues of an organization’s Wireless LAN  and other emerging wireless technologies, such as Wi-Fi, WAP, and WiMax. They are also responsible for supporting Wi-Fi hardware and software when required to improve them to the satisfaction of the client’s business requirements.  Wireless networks are being increasingly preferred because they do not need cables to connect digital devices.  One of the major reasons for adopting them is they offer portability and can be moved anywhere.With a wireless LAN (WLAN), wireless network communication is provided over short distances, without using Ethernet cables. Here, data is transferred using either IEEE 802.11 or infrared or radio signals. Other advantages of using WLAN is it supports several devices and does not need cables.  

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