By Matthew S. Gast
The following frontier for instant LANs is 802.11ac, a customary that raises throughput past one gigabit in keeping with moment. This concise consultant offers in-depth details that will help you plan for 802.11ac, with technical information on layout, community operations, deployment, and monitoring.
Author Matthew Gast—an professional who led the advance of 802.11-2012 and safety job teams on the wireless Alliance—explains how 802.11ac won't in simple terms raise the rate of your community, yet its skill besides. even if you want to serve extra consumers along with your present point of throughput, or serve your present shopper load with better throughput, 802.11ac is the answer. This publication will get you started.
- know the way the 802.11ac protocol works to enhance the rate and means of a instant LAN
- discover how beamforming raises velocity ability by means of bettering hyperlink margin, and lays the basis for multi-user MIMO
- learn the way multi-user MIMO raises capability by means of allowing an AP to ship info to a number of consumers simultaneously
- Plan while and the way to improve your community to 802.11ac via comparing patron units, functions, and community
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