Stories by Jack Winters

  • 802.11n throttles up WLAN throughput

    The drive for higher throughput in wireless LANs has pushed the IEEE to develop 802.11n, a new version of the 802.11 standard that promises throughput in excess of 100M bit/sec in 20-MHz to 40-MHz of bandwidth. This standard would permit very-high-speed interconnection of wireless devices over distances of 300 feet or more.