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What is the difference between wired and wireless computer connections?

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The difference between wired and wireless computer connections lies predominantly in the speed and stability of the connection. A wired connection generally has a faster, more stable connection when it is compared to the wireless type.

Wireless, also called Wi-Fi, has some coverage issues as well. The total number of users on a wireless connection, the wireless access point, the transmission power of the card, sources of interference and the total traffic can determine the strength and speed of a Wi-Fi connection.

Security can also be an issue when using Wi-Fi. The security of a wireless connection is only as strong as the level of security encryption in use.

Sources:

  1. unc.edu

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