How to Create a Wireless USB Connection
USB interfaces as a method of connecting peripheral devices are seen everywhere, including most businesses and offices. It’s easy to share devices, increasing their value and utility. Moving a piece of equipment between computers is simple with USB’s plug-and-play technology.
Unfortunately, at times it can be impossible or at least very difficult to physically share your USB devices. In some cases you may have large pieces of equipment that are not easily moved. There might not be a free USB port available on a machine that needs to access a device.
Extra cables strewn around the office are not usually a welcome sight and you may need to choose which machine can use your USB printer or scanner. Sharing the devices with personnel in remote offices is out of the question if physical connectivity is required.
Make any USB device wireless!
A wireless USB connection can solve all of these issues. It replaces the USB cable with a hardware or software solution that enables devices to be shared without being physically attached to a computer. With a wireless USB connection, remote machines can enjoy the same level of functionality they would if they had a direct physical connection to the peripheral. Here are some methods that can be used to make any USB device wireless and help you share them over any distance.
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USB over WiFi software
When you are looking for how to make USB wireless connections, a software solution may be your best choice.
USB Network Gate from Electronic Team is a software solution that lets you turn any USB device into a wireless peripheral that is accessible by any computer attached to your network. It removes the need for physical connectivity to USB devices, allowing them to be shared with users across the globe. You can also share devices with multiple users at the same time without the hassle or expense of extra cables or moving equipment.