A 15-year-old kid in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, has created a "MiFi'' at home. Disrupting the way things are often done and bringing innovation to every home. His invention and design have reduced the cost of WiFi by 50%, making it accessible to everyone.
Here is all about Ishit Jain, a class 11 student from Colonel's Academy. His invention is ready to assist educational institutions and students. Moreover, he constructed the gadget using discarded components and rudimentary device architectures.
The abbreviation for a pocket WiFi is Mi-Fi. Any WiFi-enabled device, such as a smartphone, laptop, or tablet, can be connected to the Internet using a portable, wireless modem, mobile hotspot, or Internet dongle.
Ishit's vision behind inventing the MiFi
Ishit Jain, a Class 11 student at Colonel's Academy, is eager to assist educational institutions and students with his idea. He constructed the gadget using discarded components and rudimentary device architectures. According to Ishit, "a typical issue we run across with regular WiFi-s is that we need to carry cable. Furthermore, they frequently become tangled up." He changed the design and made it simpler for consumers to reduce that issue.
He further says, "My functioning prototype is prepared. It functions nicely, offering great range and quickness. He has also addressed fundamental functional problems with commonly available WiFi devices.
Is the Mi-Fi Easy to use, minimalistic, and with unique features?
Although there are a few commercial portable WiFi devices on the market, they aren't very user-friendly. One must carry a complete kit to utilise the standard WiFi. A minimum need is a data cable, a dongle, a SIM card, and a charger.
The MiFi Ishit created, however, has a few more practical features. The MiFi is compact and lightweight since it has everything built in. The MiFi can only be connected to your system using a regular data connection. Another unique feature he included in the design is the ability to charge the gadget while it is in use using the data wire connected to it.