Post by Admin_Vistamike on May 27, 2015 13:01:08 GMT
Posted merely FYI!
Wi-Fi was MEANT to be this way: Antennas and standards, 802.11 style Plus: Why your phone's (sometimes) crap at wireless
ARTICLE>>>>> Forged nearly 20 years ago, the 802.11 wireless networking standard was responsible for cutting the cord and letting us roam. During that time, 802.11 has evolved as devices using it have both proliferated and got smaller – while the data they swallow has grown in quantity and in size.
In March the IEEE OK’d the latest chapter in the 802.11 story – 802.11 ay. This packs more bandwidth in the 60GHz spectrum and promises speeds of up to 20Gbit/sec – that’s ten thousand times faster than 1997’s standard. It targets display ports, HDMI, and USB, suggesting that it will be used to serve more short-range, high-bandwidth connectivity needs such as TV and monitor display'
Consider 802.11ay a beefed-up version of 802.11ad, with the same broad applications.
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