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|16th August 2004, 23:11||#1|
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Industry Group Proposes Faster Wireless LAN Standard: 540Mbps
An consortium of semiconductor and consumer electronics companies, WWiSE, have proposed a new standard for wireless local area networks seeking to considerably improve the speed of transfer while maintaining compatibility with today’s WLAN equipment.
The WWiSE proposal builds on the existing and globally adopted 20MHz channel format of the tens of millions of Wi-Fi devices already in use. This approach ensures support for the existing worldwide installed base, while improving the performance of Wi-Fi networks within the designated RF spectrum. Further, the coalition companies represent an important cross-section of both the IC supply and consumption segments that comprise the Wi-Fi marketplace, promoting a strong relationship between developers and end-product manufacturers.
more @ http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/other/d...816132744.html
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