The Wi-Fi router received a data stream packet from the internet network and transmit these data streams as radio signals. These radio signals have been received by Wi-Fi-enabled devices such as smartphones, laptops, and tablets.
A standard Wi-Fi router has a range of internet-connected devices like personal computers, smartphones, tablets, smart TV, and more. With a Wi-Fi router, these paired devices form a network. A typical router directs incoming and outgoing internet traffic on that network rapidly and efficiently.