Frequency jammer

A frequency jammer is a device that emits a signal on the same frequency as a wireless LAN in order to disrupt the communication between the wireless devices. What is a frequency jammer? A frequency jammer is a device that emits a signal on the same frequency as a wireless device, such as a Wi-Fi … Read more

Dead zone (Wi-Fi dead zone)

A Wi-Fi dead zone is an area in a home or office where the wireless signal is too weak to connect to the router. Dead zones are typically caused by interference from walls, furniture, or other objects that block the signal. How do I find my Wi-Fi dead zone? There are a few ways to … Read more

Access Network Query Protocol (ANQP)

ANQP is a query protocol that allows devices to request information about the access network that they are currently connected to. This information can include the type of network (e.g., WiFi, LTE, etc.), the operator of the network, the list of available services, and so on. ANQP can be used by devices to automatically select … Read more


11u. 802.11u is a set of amendments to the 802.11 standard that define a set of features to support interoperability with cellular networks. These features include, but are not limited to, support for access network discovery and selection, authentication and authorization, and Quality of Service (QoS) mechanisms. What does 802. 11 mean in Wi-Fi? 802.11 … Read more

Wi-Fi Direct

Wi-Fi Direct is a technology that allows devices to connect to each other over a Wi-Fi connection without the need for a wireless router. Wi-Fi Direct devices can connect to each other even if they are not in range of a Wi-Fi network. Wi-Fi Direct is useful for connecting devices such as printers, scanners, and … Read more