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IEEE 802.11 Publishes 4th Revision, Adds Greater Throughput

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.
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