Wi-Fi router

Just imagine a day without the internet! Does it possible to isolate yourself from the internet? The answer is, No. And in this scenario, Wi-Fi communication is playing the main role of a mediator between end-user and internet network. In the modern communication era Wi-Fi (generally known as Wireless Fidelity, basically it is a brand name) router is playing an important role. Here we are going to discuss the working and internal structure of Wi-Fi routers.

What is a Wi-Fi Router?

Wi-Fi router is an electronic device that sends data received from the internet network by using an Ethernet cable or inbuilt modem with SIM card (SIM for internet communication) to other paired devices. This router is also acting as a wireless access point from which it shares data through the use of radio signals.

Wi-Fi router

Wi-Fi router

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.

Units of Wi-Fi router:

  1. Mainboard
  2.  Antenna for 2.4 and 5 GHz
  3.  Power supply unit