Not a problem. RF and wireless are magic. Once you accept that it's magic, and eschew logic, enlightenment will surely follow.
Methinks a buzzword glossary will be of more use. It's not easy to understand anything new without the proper vocabulary. Incidentally, that's the real problem with beginners learning about computahs. Most skip the initial vocabulary expansion exercise and find themselves lost in the technobabble.
These are as basic as they come:it in a 2nd window as you read through the newsgroup articles to translate the buzzwords.
Various manufactories have online "Learning Center" which covers the major topics:(Click on Learning Center) are mostly advertising but does show how it all works together.
Once you have mastered a few of the buzzwords, an encyplopedia should be helpful. Start here:click on links as needed. Enlightenment is assured after about an hour or two of reading and meditation.
Well, I can deduce from your first statement, that everything you read in this newsgroup is beyond your current understanding, is either a fabrication or an understatement. Literally half of my copious postings demand exactly two things from the person with the question:
- What problem are you trying to solve?
- What do you have to work with? (hardware, software, versions...) If you actually had read this newsgroup, you could not have failed to notice the litany and supplied your exact model Sony, your wireless card maker amd model, and your operating system version. Perhaps understanding the magic of wireless will be more of an undertaking than I had originally expected.