Next Gen Of Wi-Fi Is Planned For Summer

The Wi-Fi Alliance is scheduled to start certification of wireless routers, networking cards, microchips and other products supporting draft 802.11n standard. The final version of the specification, which is due to be released next year, boasts speed that is five times higher than the current “g” version. The technology uses multiple antennas and promises better range, allowing signals to bypass walls and dead spots. According to the Wi-Fi Alliance, with the certification, customers can expect draft n products to work well with one another and with older certified Wi-Fi devices.
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