Upgrading Standard Wi-fi

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January 10, 2012
Jaw-Dropping New Tech : Gigabit Wi-fi.
By Qushawn Clark
There has been a ridiculous amount of buzz around tech world, as CES officially begins, and one of the most exciting technologies that will be there is an upgrade Wi-fi standard.

I'm sure all of you already know (or should already know) that Wi-fi speeds are measured in Gigabits per second, but currently most Wi-fi implementations are running at 150mbps or less. Apparently, next-gen Wi-fi will come in two different frequencies, 5GHz (802.11ac) and 60Ghz (802.11ad), which will push out data at 1.3Gbps and 7Gbps, respectively. IEEE has moved away from using the 2.4GHz frequency, as it has become ridiculously crowded with a vast array of wireless devices. Anybody can see what a ridiculous jump in performance that is, and what a difference this is going to make for Wi-fi users (more or less everybody in the developed world).

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