See wireless gateway.
Similar to a switch or standard wired router, which allows the transmission of information over a network without the use of LAN cables. Wireless routers also provide ports to provide a connection for cabled systems, which may not be equipped with a wireless adaptor.
a better option if you do not want to string network cable
a device in a wireless local area network ( WLAN ) that determines the next network point to which a packet should be forwarded toward its destination
a device (smaller than a breadbox) that connects your computer to the Internet via a wireless network (DSL or Cable)
a gateway between an Internet connection or fixed wire network and a wireless network
an all-in-one solution that shares Internet access with a wired/wireless networ
a network device that routes IP traffic across several wireless IP networks and wired networks
a networking device that connects computers to the internet
a router that also happens to have an access point build in
a router with a built in access point
a small, low powered computer device that is dedicated to providing access to the internet across your wireless network
a wireless access point combined with an ethernet hub
a wireless access point with several other useful functions added
a wireless network connectivity modem, router and switch
A network device that combines an access point, LAN switch and router. See wireless router.