IEEE has published an update for its 802.11 standard, commonly referred to as WiFi. 802.11-2012 is the fourth major revision of the standard, following 802.11-2007 in 2007 and the initial release of the technology in 1997.
It's hard to believe that 802.11 WiFi has only had three major revisions since it was started up 15 years ago. The IEEE must be equally surprised, as it's introducing a new 802.11-2012 standard that unites 10 technologies from vario... Read Post
The ubiquitous Wi-Fi standard officially improved on Monday, with the IEEE publishing its fourth revision to 802.11. The updates include faster throughput, improved cellular hand-offs, and communication between vehicles in addition ... Read Post