How to Cable 802.11n Wireless Access Points
sponsored by Fluke Networks

802.11n is the new standard in wireless Local Area Networks. In 2008, the IEEE will formally ratify 802.11n. Enterprises will use ratification as their cue to adopt 802.11n and deploy it in volume. Did you know that the higher bit rates delivered by 802.11n will markedly increase the demand on the copper cabling plant?

The twisted-pair copper that connects legacy 802.11a/b/g wireless access points into a network today may very well be inadequate for 802.11n. This Fluke Networks whitepaper describes the options and the planning cabling installers and enterprises should do to prepare for the next wave of wireless LANs.
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