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Home and Learn How Setup a Wireless Internet Connection
Home and Learn Introduction The Basics of connecting a PC to an ADSL router The difference between Wired and Wireless What a Wired connection looks like The Wireless connection
Home and Learn A Basic Wired Setup An ADSL modem connected to a PC and Phone line
Home and Learn A Request for a Web Page A signal from the PC to the phone line
Home and Learn Web Page is sent back to PC A signal from the phone line to the PC
Home and Learn A Wireless Connection Which wire is missing?
Home and Learn From the Phone line to the PC Watch the signal!
Home and Learn Conclusion A Wireless connection can be a handy way to connect a PC to the internet. Especially if the computer is not in the same room as the phone line!
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