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First 802.11n WiFi products show up

Posted on Sunday, April 30 2006 @ 10:43:06 CEST by

The 802.11n Wi-Fi standard hasn't been officially launched yet but some products are already showing up, and they are fast:
During eWEEK Labs' tests, Linksys products based on Version 1.0 of the 802.11n draft standard were indeed fast—faster than anything we've tested to date—but issues with range and interference with legacy wireless networks show room for improvement.

The IEEE 802.11n standard promises massive increases in aggregate wireless throughput and range through the use of MIMO (multiple input, multiple output) spatial multiplexing techniques. The standard calls for link rates of 150M and 300M bps, which could translate to as much as 150M bps of real throughput capacity.
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