A short history of Wi-Fi and its vulnerabilities

In 1985 the Federal Communication Commission released three bands of the radio spectrum: 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz, and 5 GHz. After these frequencies were opened to operate as license free wireless bands all kinds of consumer electronics began to use them, from walkie-talkies to baby monitors.   Shortly after this in the 1990s the IEEE (Institute of Electrical… Read More »

Wireless USB Extender

Wireless USB extenders are a easy way to get more range from a USB port with no wires. The way they work is a wireless connection is made from a computer to the extender, it will then allow a USB device to be connected and the data transmitted back to and from a computer.   A standard wired… Read More »

Dual Band Wireless USB Adapter Reviews

*This post contains affiliate links which at no cost to you allows us earn a commission on product purchases.   Now that Dual Band routers have become standard with most new routers, many users want to use the high speed routers to their fullest potential.   But what if your old computer or laptop doesn’t have support for… Read More »

Wireless Network Adapter for Desktop

*This post contains affiliate links which at no cost to you allows us earn a commission on product purchases.   A laptop, tablet, or smartphone already has a wireless card built into them, but under many peoples desk is a PC that cannot connect by wireless to a home network or the Internet.   A wireless adapter with… Read More »

How To Get Wireless Cable TV

If you have ever needed cable in a room that didn’t have a cable cord in it going wireless is a great option.   There are many wireless cable TV streaming boxes that are available. Most the boxes stream in the 5 GHz range which is the new frequency for fast Wi-Fi often called Gigabit Wi-Fi.   This… Read More »