With the advancements in technology, the day we live in a world that is totally wireless is not as far as we may think. We’re at the beginning of a new era, the era referred to as ‘The Internet of Things’ by many, where the usage of technology is prevalent far and wide. It’s certain that all these wirelessly-interconnected devices that we use now are very advantageous to our daily lives, certainly making the way we control the multiple tools that we use daily much more convenient. We cannot really escape the fact our wireless world is part of our day-to-day living, that is why I figured out that digging out and compiling a number of the very most common myths and assumptions about wireless technology would be intriguing so that we see if they’re actually true or simply baseless arguments.
It is extremely difficult to escape from electromagnetic waves created by our wireless devices, unless you reside in an exceedingly remote rural area somewhere off our modern civilization. Nearly every home has WiFi technology. One key question that lingers in our thoughts, and is often put up for discussion, is how our well-being is affected by these wireless transmissions. A number of research have been done on wireless transmissions with doctors and scientists questioning the dangerous levels of carcinogenic emitted from the devices. But it seems that none has been able to reason that these wireless transmissions are introducing substantial danger to our body. I am still a bit paranoid about it although I love my wireless devices. But now, I’ve attempted to make it a habit to keep the devices away from me when I’m not using them.
In recent years, we have found the majority of cell phone users change to smartphones. We’ve also seen how having a cellphone is a necessity. But there is something that all guys have to take note of. Some physicians maintain that a man’s fertility level can be lowered by the radiation from cells. The justification behind this reasoning is logical and quite easy. The radiation emission interferes with the sperm, weakening or even killing them apparently when a cellphone is left in a pant pocket. It’s always great to be caution but I personally believe this is really a myth that contains little or no truth in it.
A lot of people think that higher speed always equal better performance, particularly now that there are new WiFi routers. They fail to see that the real performance depends on their mobile devices connected through the routers. The latest Wi-Fi routers support the latest standards which demand the use of multiple antennas for carrying the data, and this is actually the reason why these latest Wi Fi routers deliver such high speeds. But all these will not be useful if our mobile device doesn’t support the latest standards. The very next time you are searching for a brand new router, ended up in disappointment and make sure you assess the limitation of your apparatus rather than simply choosing the most rapid router.
The utilization of wired technology is nearing its end, this is what some people have started to call. This thought does make sense when you find virtually every apparatus being wirelessly capable. But I really don’t think it hit exactly correct on the mark, if you think about it deeper. Let us take for example the wireless sound streaming that is made possible with the usage of Bluetooth technology. They still require a cable to be recharged every now and then though most of these devices include a rechargeable battery. There are lots of hurdles that still must be overcome for an entire removal of wires in our lives to eventually become viable. It’s only my view, but I don’t really see this happening.
It is a fact that wireless technology is altering the way we interact and carry out our day-to-day tasks. At the same time, it’s quite intriguing to understand how some of us have wireless technology that is entirely misunderstood. I am not a wireless expert and what I have discussed here is nothing more than my private opinion on a subject matter that I think is intriguing. My hope is that from this straightforward discussion, you are definitely going to be able to distinguish myths and misconceptions from facts about wireless technology. I may be wrong about certain things and do feel free to drop your opinion below, since my wireless expertise is quite limited.