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New Products Using IEEE 802.11g Offer a Peek Into the Wireless Future
Posted: 19-Nov-2002 [Source: IDG News via Yahoo]

[New products using the IEEE 802.11g standard which operates at speeds of 54-mbps using the 2.5GHz radio frequency band are showing up in force at COMDEX this week.]

by Stephen Lawson, COMDEX -- "Vendors at the Comdex trade show this week in Las Vegas will give early glimpses of IEEE 802.11g wireless LAN products, which are designed to deliver as much as 54 megabits per second of bandwidth using the same radio spectrum used by current 11-mbps gear.

Price, along with a longer range, are expected to give the new products an edge over 802.11a gear, which also is designed to have 54-mbps speed but uses a different part of the radio spectrum. The technology for 802.11a hit the market late last year at prices far above those of popular 11-mbps 802.11b networks.

Vendors don't want to be last to get access points and network adapters to market, and some are willing to take a chance and come out with products before the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers finally certifies the standard. Certification may happen as early as March 2003; vendors believe the standard is nearly complete already."


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