Next-Gen WiFi Proposal Approved

The IEEE has approved the draft for the 802.11n standard, the next-generation WiFi spec that uses multiple antennas to support speeds up to 600Mbps at greater range than current a/b/g products. It could take as long as a year for the standard to be finalized and fully approved, but chip companies are already announcing products based on it, saying they’ll be upgraded to meet the final version.

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