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Becky Waring writes that the first batch of Draft N routers lack interoperability, speed, range: These are the kinds of products that should stay in the R&D department until, you know, the standard on which they are based is finalized and the products have had a full QA (quality assurance) shakedown. Waring writes that Linksys’s SRX400, using Airgo’s third-generation MIMO chips, had better throughput at various ranges than all Draft N devices except NetGear’s 10/100 Mbps line-up at the longest distance she tested. Devices using chips from different vendors couldn’t achieve their highest same-vendor speeds yet, either.
Posted by Glennf at May 4, 2006 8:58 PM
Categories: Draft N
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