Demystifying the 802.11ac Wi-Fi Standard

Demystifying the 802.11ac Wi-Fi Standard

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802.11ac is a new very high throughput Wi-Fi standard (final approval in 2014). It delivers data rates in excess of 1Gbps in its first phase of products with future iterations planned to take performance to nearly 7Gbps. 802.11ac maintains backward compatibility with existing 802.11 equipment to simplify network migration to the new technology.

This data sheet offers a comprehensive amount of information that should help clear up any confusion IT staffers and leaders may have concerning this potentially unfamiliar Wi-Fi standard. Read on to learn more about 802.11ac in regards to:

  • Data rates
  • MUMIMO Signal Processing
  • Channel Bonding
  • And more.
Vendor:
Xirrus
Posted:
04 Oct 2013
Published:
04 Oct 2013
Format:
PDF
Length:
1 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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