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What do you think the new 802.11n WLAN standard needs?

By jasonhiner Moderator ·
One of the main drawbacks to wireless LANs is the fact that they are limited in bandwidth. The next generation WLAN standard, appropriately called 802.11n, will provide bandwidth of somewhere between 100 Mbps and 600 Mpbs. However, the standard is probably over a year away and it is currently trying to come to grips with a battle between two competing visions for the standard, as a recent eWEEK report (http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1759,1637635,00.asp) explained. What do you think the new 802.11n WLAN standard needs and how should it improve upon the current WLAN standards?

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