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802.11n Wi-Fi standard approved

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The IEEE has finally approved the next high-speed Wi-Fi standard 802.11n, after going through a dozen or so revisions from the standard was conceived in 2002. The standard is said to be capable of delivering throughput speeds of up to 300 megabits per second, but it is also reported to achieve higher than that. Few additions have been made to the draft, according to Network World, and all of the […]

D-Link brings “fastest” 802.11n wireless router

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CES 2009 : D-Link has brought out at CES this year a brand new router that claims to have the fastest data speeds for an 802.11n wireless router. It will also have wide and local area network gigabit ports, SharePort technology and “simultaneous dual-band 2.4 and 5 gigahertz performance”. It’s data speed is theoretically  450 megabits per second – and compare that to the new 802.11n technology, which operate at […]


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