802.11ac is a next generation wireless LAN (WLAN) standard promising data rates up to 1 Gb/s. The standard is targeted for a number of applications, but a main one is streaming video.Tags: Untagged
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John Lukez is director of product marketing at LitePoint Corporation. He focuses on wireless communication standards and their impact on consumer electronics segments. John’s experience includes R&D measurement and characterization, semiconductor high-volume manufacturing test, and system-level characterization. John holds a degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Ohio State University.
802.11ad is an IEEE draft standard attempting to standardize one of multiple 60 GHz wireless implementations. Joined by the WirelessHD consortium ...Tags: Untagged