802.11n: The next generation of wireless performance

This white paper describes these new capabilities, provides insight into how the benefits provided by 802.11n are achieved, and details how this new standard is compatible with existing 802.11 deployments. This white paper also describes the issues to confront when planning migration of an existing 802.11 deployment to 802.11n and the results that can be expected from such a migration. But first, it is important to understand just what 802.11n is, and what it is not.

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