The newest standard in Wireless LAN is called 802.11n. 802.11 is an industry standard for high-speed networking. 802.11n is designed to replace the 802.11a, 802.11b and 802.11g standards. 802.11n equipment is backward compatible with older 802.11gab and it supports much faster wireless connections over longer distances. So-called “Wireless N” or “Draft N” routers available today are based on a preliminary version of the 802.11n. The beta version of this standard is used now in laptops and routers. 802.11n will work by utilizing multiple input multiple output (MIMO) antennas and channel bounding in tandem to transmit and receive data. It contains at least 2 antennas for transmitting data’s. 802.11n will support bandwidth greater than 100 Mbps and in theory it can have a speed of 600 Mbps.It can be used in high speed internets, VOIP, Network Attach Storage (NAS), gaming. The full version will be implemented in the laptops and in the LANs in upcoming years.
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