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Wireless Internet Access
Finkelstein Memorial Library has high-speed wireless Internet access in the public seating areas on the second and third floors and in the Children's Room of the Library.
You can connect to the network if your laptop computer is equipped with a wireless network interface card. Printing is not available, but no time restrictions apply.
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What does wireless Internet mean?
Wi-Fi, or Wireless Fidelity, allows you to connect to the Internet at high speed without wires. Wi-Fi wireless technology works as a cell phone does, transmitting a wireless signal (radio waves) from a base station to a device.You share high speed internet access among multiple computers, and you share files without wires.
A wireless card is an internal card in your notebook that allows your notebook to connect wirelessly to the internet. Most newer notebook computers and some Pocket PC devices are equipped with built in Wi-Fi antennas and software. As a result, selecting a few settings in the Wi-Fi software allows you to connect using a Wi-Fi data signal. In fact, most Wi-Fi software is set up to find and display the available Wi-Fi signals available in your location.
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