“…dubbed 802.11ac. The wireless standard promises speeds of up to 1.3Gbps, which would make 802.11ac about three times as fast as 802.11n. It will also be about six times as power efficient, perfect for portable devices.
802.11ac promises greater range than its predecessors. While like previous technologies, top speeds are only attainable less than 10 meters from the transmitter. However, due to the speed bump alone 802.11n speeds are still theoretically attainable 60 meters away. This obviously makes wireless networking more viable in larger spaces…
…Several electronics companies including Asus, D-Link, Huawei, and LG have announced plans to integrate the technology into future products. No announcement has been made on a time frame for consumer availability, however.”
By Ed Oswald
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