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This website is all about Wireless Technology’s with an emphasis on the upcoming 802.11ad wireless standard. We’ll be posting Articles and Video’s on all the various Wireless 802.11ad Routers available on the market. Wireless 802.11AD: IEEE 802.11ad “WiGig” is a new proposed standard that is already seeing a major push from hardware manufacturers. On 24 July 2012 Marvell and Wilocity announced a new partnership to bring a new tri-band Wi-Fi solution to market. Using 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz and 60 GHz, the new standard can achieve a theoretical maximum throughput of up to 7Gbit/s. This standard is expected to reach the market sometime in early 2014.
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Wireless Routers Article
Lots of things have improved in LAN and WAN networking due to the upgrades and features of the wireless router. Linksys models manufactured by Cisco connect peripherals and computers to a local network and also the Internet. Before you decide to get a wireless router or you plan to change the network you already have in place, it is smart to shop around and learn a few things that make the selection of a wireless router easier and also more efficient.
Linksys has a good market reputation and there are a lot of users that will tell you there’s no better router you can find. Don’t shop for very complex and expensive models if you just want to connect a couple appliances to one or two computers. Wireless technology helps you eliminate the need for lots of cabling and also for cabled connections. Yet, if you have special entertainment objectives in mind when you purchase a wireless router, Linksys by Cisco could be the solution. Audio players, media center extenders and gaming consoles can be connected to a very advanced model like Cisco Simultaneous Dual-N Band Wireless Router. The design also enables the use of regular appliances because this router operates with two simultaneous radio channels. Do not neglect the issue of the compatibility of the wireless router, Linksys or not, with the computers in the network. They should follow the same protocol standard, which translates in the data speed transfer or the Wi-Fi features.
Hence, the Wi-Fi card of the computer should be a match for the wireless router. Another compatibility issue is with the Internet connection. For some cable Internet services, you should have a wireless router with cable support. The same holds true for a DSL connection. There are some good wireless router designs that are compatible with both cable and DSL Internet connections, but they are a more complex device, and will result in a higher price. Read several product reviews, assess your needs and then find several router makes and models that would match your selection criteria in the best way possible. That’s the best way to check for quality standards and wifi compatibility.