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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

The 802.11-2012 pattern promises faster Wi-Fi up to 600Mbps at 3.7GHz

The last 15 years the standard for 802.11x Wi-Fi has changed a few times in publications such as the 802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11n for the fourth time since 1997 the International Committee is planning an upgrade called 802.11 -2012. This new pattern will differ from previous versions since it will operate at frequencies between 2.65GHz and 3.7GHz, giving consumers more opportunities to avoid interference with other more "dense" frequencies.

The 802.11-2012 will also be output to 600Mbps for the modification of components PHY (physical layer) and MAC (software layer). These changes will also allow other additions such as "mesh" networking, direct-link setup, changes to security, broadcast / multicast / unicast data delivery and other additional network management features.

Be the first to have access to the new standard for $ 5 on the IEEE website, but will likely take some time to be marketed the first compatible devices.

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