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Internetnews.com says even faster wireless networking coming—by 2015: The news site reports on WIGWAM (Wireless Gigabit with Advanced Multimedia), a German academic and corporate consortium that’s working on 1 Gbps wireless data technology in the 60 GHz band. Interestingly, the numbers for 802.11n in this article are all talking about 100 Mbps, while members of the two leading proposals for 802.11n believe that with optional or mandatory extensions (one point of contention) speeds of as high as 600 Mbps are possible, but 200 to 400 Mbps are almost certain.
Posted by Glennf at June 7, 2005 3:24 PM
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