Wi-Fi 802.11n Standard Specification

Friday, July 24, 2009

Organization of Wi-Fi Alliance does not intend to make changes to the basic terms of its certification process on the standard IEEE 802.11n, when the current draft specification will be the procedure for formal approval. Recall the process of final approval of a new standard of WiFi 802.11n wireless connection should be completed before the end of the year.

This solution is Wi-Fi Alliance indicates that hundreds of users have already approved the industrial group of products, including specifications WiFi 802.11n, will not experience problems with the integration of their devices in the WiFi-network. Remember, the new standard for wireless WiFi 802.11n, even in its draft version of Draft 2.0 has a connection speed up to 100 Mbps, as well as some other features.

Wi-Fi Alliance, a leading industry group, starting in 2007 took over the procedure for certification of devices using Draft-version of the standard WiFi 802.11n. This was done in order to avoid incompatibility with other products manufactured by different manufacturers. According to the Wi-Fi Alliance, to date has certified about 600 devices using this standard. Thus, buyers of routers, access points and client devices can be assured that their purchase will be able to easily communicate with other devices operating at the standard Draft-11n.