Provided by: International Journal of Computer Science and Management Research (IJCSMR)
Date Added: Mar 2014
It's no surreptitious that wireless communications standards continue to progress to afford ever-increasing data throughput capabilities. Today, two of the most recent wireless standards are IEEE 802.11ac in Wireless-Local-Area-Network (WLAN) products and 3GPP LTE-advanced in cellular communications. IEEE 802.11ac is the new outline standard for Gigabit WiFi. IEEE 802.11ac promises data rates of up to 1.73Gbps between an access position and a wireless client. In this paper, the authors will take a fundamental knowledge about IEEE 802.11ac. More purposely, they'll look at how features such as video streaming and data syncing and backing up. Finally, they'll look technical aspect and its application.