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802.11ac 'gigabit Wi-Fi' starts to show potential, limits

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    802.11ac 'gigabit Wi-Fi' starts to show potential, limits

    Network World - Vendor tests and very early 802.11ac customers provide a reality check on "gigabit Wi-Fi" but also confirm much of its promise.

    Vendors have been testing their 11ac products for months, yielding data that show how 11ac performs and what variables can affect performance. Some of the tests are under ideal laboratory-style conditions; others involve actual or simulated production networks. Among the results: consistent 400M to 800Mbps throughput for 11ac clients in best-case situations, higher throughput as range increases compared to 11n, more clients serviced by each access point, and a boost in performance for existing 11n clients.
    802.11ac 'gigabit Wi-Fi' starts to show potential, limits - Computerworld

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    Good article Labeeman, very informative.
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    a good read .. really .. and thanks for the share .. well quoted facts and sound information is all to enlighten me
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802.11ac 'gigabit Wi-Fi' starts to show potential, limits
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