Intel says 802.11n Wi-Fi will feature 100Mbps

Posted on Thursday, August 25 2005 @ 2:54 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
At the second day of the IDF Intel talked about its future Wi-Fi technologies. The company disclosed the 802.11n standard will feature a minimum throughput of 100mbps, a 500 percent improvement over the current generation. This will enable users to stream high definition (HD) video wireless throughout the digital home.
Intel will deploy a CMOS radio technology and a system in a package design - thus bringing the silicon manufacturing in to the arena. Whilst they will not be the only people making the chips, they will be one of the first to bring it to market.

Intel do not currently have integrated WiFi in their chipsets will ensure that 802.11n will meet the needs for PC users, Consumer Electronics Products, Mobile Communication platforms.
Read on at Hexus for more details on 802.11n

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