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Why Expanded Wi-Fi Capacity is More Personal Than You Think

Why Expanded Wi-Fi Capacity Is More Personal Than You Think

If you read our most recent article, you’re hopefully up to speed on the new end-to-end solution Qualcomm released for Wi-Fi, 802-11ax.

At least one source believes this technology will appear in products for the 2017-2018 holiday season.

While the new IEEE 802.11ax Standard isn’t altogether complete, the good news is that the days of not getting a signal or constantly ending up connected to sluggish

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802.11ax Wi-Fi

802.11ax Wi-Fi Expansion Elevates User Experiences

Ever had an iphone? Remember iOS8? Remember the good ol’ days when your battery would only last half of a workday?

In large part, those battery issues were caused by iphones repeatedly attempting to connect to overcrowded Wi-Fi networks.

Granted you could have put it into Airplane Mode, but that would have rendered it useless for basic functionality like texting or receiving phone calls.

Thankfully

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Li-Fi – Better, Faster, and Greener than Wi-Fi and Fiber Combined

Can you imagine downloading 18 1.5 Gb movies in a second, without using Wi-Fi or fiber? Technically, you can, in the laboratory environment of the University of Oxford. Researchers used Li-Fi, an LED-based wireless access technology to achieve bi-directional speeds that

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Why The New 802.11ah Wi-Fi Standard Will Give Z-Wave A Run For It’s Money

It’s rarely the case that a new Wi-Fi standard introduces slower speeds, but the Wi-Fi Alliance is working on 802.11ah, a new standard in the works that promises to do just that. The new standard aims to optimize the widely recognized Wi-Fi standard for IoT devices and give Internet connectivity to

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High Demand for Wi-Fi Disrupts Peaceful Ethernet Evolution

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ (IEEE) lengthy Ethernet standardization process ensures that vendors make their products compatible with other brands and that their products remain backwards compatible with previous standards. But the demand for faster Wi-Fi equipment that boasts the newer 802.11 standards may disrupt the organized evolution of the 802.3 standard.

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