Wireless networks have become very popular these days and have taken over the crown from conventional wired type networking in terms of preference. Though there are some advantages with wired networks like security from malicious interceptions and enhanced speed but suffer from the major drawback of non portability. This loophole is filled by commonly used wireless networks for which hardware support features are coming built-in inside various devices like laptops, palmtops, PDA, Smartphone, mobile phones, gaming consoles etc. Thus, it goes without mentioning that the applications that support functionality and connectivity via wireless networks have infinite marketability and scope. As a developer, if you are planning to develop such an application on .NET platform, then Wireless Communication Library .NET Edition v.220.127.116.11 may prove very helpful to you in designing such an application.
Wireless Communication Library .NET Edition is a component which can be readily integrated into your application for equipping it with features for accessing data exchange and connectivity via different wireless networks like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Infrared. The application lets you work faster on your wireless network software related products and the components are simple to use for a user with any expertise level. If the user is working with a Wi-Fi network, he/she can easily discover and access networks in the range, check for network strength, speed and RSSI level, establish secure connections over the network and exchange single or multiple files simultaneously in a fast and simple manner. This component has full support for designing Bluetooth Server Applications which can be used for file transfers and chatting over bluetooth network.
To sum up, Wireless Communication Library .NET Edition v.18.104.22.168 is a complete component for integrating in your applications to impart wireless network functionality to your applications and thereby achieve customer satisfaction with extensive features in it, leading it to score four and a half rating points on the scale of five.