A HotSpot is any location where Wi-Fi broadband network access is made publicly available through a WLAN. HotSpots are often located in heavily populated places and typically have a short range of access. Another definition we can use for HotSpot is a spot where broadband access (Internet) is shared in a wireless way employing Wi-Fi technology.

HotSpots are often found at restaurants, train stations, airports, libraries, coffee shops, bookstores, fuel stations, department stores, supermarkets and other public places. Many universities and schools have wireless networks in their campus. Technically speaking, HotSpots consist of one or several wireless access points installed inside buildings and/or adjoining outdoor areas.


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