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Wireless communication icons: Wi-Fi, wireless router, access point
IT Icons: Mobile & Smart Devices, Computer & Telecom Networks (PPT Template)
Wireless Communication Icons
The slide titled "Wireless Communication Icons" presents a variety of icons representing different elements of wireless technology. It includes symbols for Wi-Fi, indicating the common wireless networking technology; a Wireless router, which connects multiple Wi-Fi-enabled devices to the network; an Access Point that allows wireless devices to connect to a wired network; Base Transceiver Station (BTS) and Node B, both essential parts of mobile phone networks; a Distributed Antenna System (DAS) which increases wireless coverage within a particular area; Communications satellite, representing the satellites facilitating wireless communication; and pictograms for a Satellite dish and Satellite antenna, which are used for receiving and transmitting satellite signals.
- The slide background is a light blue color, and the slide title is in dark blue text aligned to the left.
- There is a division line below the title, separating it from the content icons.
- The slide features a series of eight colorful icons; each represents a different wireless communication technology.
- Each icon is paired with a label in a dark blue font to identify the technology it signifies.
- At the bottom, there's a dark blue footer area with text indicating the icons are fully editable and additional icons can be found on a mentioned website.
- The right-hand side of the slide has a contrasting dark blue and white section with an arrow shape pointing towards it, which states that more versions of the icons are available.
- Icons in the right section are smaller and displayed in alternative color variations.
The slide has a professional and clean design that's easy to read. The color scheme is consistent with light and dark blues, providing contrast for the icons and the text.
- To showcase different technologies during a presentation about wireless networking and communication systems.
- To visually enhance slides in a training module explaining the components of wireless infrastructure.
- To compare and contrast different wireless technologies in a business or technical meeting.
- To graphically list the technologies used in a company's products or services during a sales or marketing presentation to highlight feature sets.