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|8th May 2012, 06:19||#1|
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IEEE 802.11 Expanded to Support Faster, Higher-Quality, Simpler WLAN Communications
IEEE, the world's largest professional association advancing technology for humanity, today announced the publication of IEEE 802.11-2012, which defines the technology for the world's premier wireless local area network (LAN) products.
The new IEEE 802.11-2012 revision has been expanded significantly by supporting devices and networks that are faster, more secure, while offering improved Quality of Service and, improved cellular network hand-off. IEEE 802.11 standards, often referred to as "Wi-Fi," already underpin wireless networking applications around the world, such as wireless access to the Internet from offices, homes, airports, hotels, restaurants, trains and aircraft around the world. The standard's relevance continues to expand with the emergence of new applications, such as the smart grid, which augments the facility for electricity generation, distribution, delivery and consumption with a two-way, end-to-end network for communications and control.
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