Understanding the IEEE 802.11ac Wi-Fi Standard
IEEE 802.11ac, also known as Gigabit Wi-Fi, is the latest Wi-Fi standard that builds upon 802.11n with improved data rates, network robustness, reliability, and RF bandwidth utilization efficiency.
This white paper provides an overview of emerging 802.11ac Wi-Fi standards on how technology will be introduced and describes the importance of 802.11ac Wi-Fi in the enterprise network.
This White Paper on IEEE 802.11ac Wi-Fi Standard Covers:
Introduction to 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard: IEEE 802.11ac will not necessarily require “rip and replace”
Inside IEEE 802.11ac: IEEE 802.11ac is not only for high powered, gigabit-per-second clients
Status of 802.11ac: IEEE 82.11ac will not replace 802.11n
Enterprise 802.11ac Standard Deployment Considerations: IEEE 802.11ac is for consumers and enterprise networks as well
To know more about the IEEE 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard, read this white paper titled “Understanding the IEEE 802.11ac Wi-Fi Standard”.