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IEEE 802.11ac - The latest wireless networking standard


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Post IEEE 802.11ac - The latest wireless networking standard
The first thing you need to know about IEEE 802.11ac—the latest wireless networking standard—is that the standard isn’t actually finished. Today’s 802.11ac routers are based on a second draft. Early 802.11n hardware was likewise based on a draft IEEE standard, but those products were certified to assure consumers they would be compatible. Although this first generation of 802.11ac routers isn’t certified in the same way, no compatibility problems have surfaced to date, so it’s unlikely you’ll encounter problems if you buy one now.

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