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A wireless keyboard is a computer keyboard that allows the user to communicate with computers, tablets, or laptops with the help of radio frequency (RF), such as WiFi and Bluetooth or with infrared (IR) technology. It is common for wireless keyboards available these days to be accompanied by a wireless mouse.

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  • Eine Funktastatur oder umgangssprachlich Schnurlose Tastatur oder Wireless-Tastatur ist eine kabellose Tastatur, die ihre Daten über ein Funksignal zum PC überträgt. In jedem Fall ist die Tastatur der Sender und eine an den PC angeschlossene Einheit der Empfänger.
  • A wireless keyboard is a computer keyboard that allows the user to communicate with computers, tablets, or laptops with the help of radio frequency (RF), such as WiFi and Bluetooth or with infrared (IR) technology. It is common for wireless keyboards available these days to be accompanied by a wireless mouse.
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  • Eine Funktastatur oder umgangssprachlich Schnurlose Tastatur oder Wireless-Tastatur ist eine kabellose Tastatur, die ihre Daten über ein Funksignal zum PC überträgt. In jedem Fall ist die Tastatur der Sender und eine an den PC angeschlossene Einheit der Empfänger.
  • A wireless keyboard is a computer keyboard that allows the user to communicate with computers, tablets, or laptops with the help of radio frequency (RF), such as WiFi and Bluetooth or with infrared (IR) technology. It is common for wireless keyboards available these days to be accompanied by a wireless mouse. Wireless keyboards based on infrared technology use light waves to transmit signals to other infrared-enabled devices. But, in case of radio frequency technology, a wireless keyboard communicates using signals which range from 27 MHz to up to 2.4 GHz. Most wireless keyboards today work on 2.4 GHz radio frequency. Bluetooth is another technology that is being widely used by wireless keyboards. These devices connect and communicate to their parent device via the bluetooth protocol. A wireless keyboard can be connected using RF technology with the help of two parts, a transmitter and a receiver. The radio transmitter is inside the wireless keyboard. The radio receiver plugs into a keyboard port or USB port. Once the receiver and transmitter are plugged in, the computer recognizes the keyboard and mouse as if they were connected via a cable.
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