Paving the Way for Gigabit Networking

@inproceedings{Ebert2005PavingTW,
  title={Paving the Way for Gigabit Networking},
  author={Jean-Pierre Ebert and Eckhard Grass and Ralf Irmer and Rolf Kraemer and Gerhard P. Fettweis and Karl Strom and G{\"u}nther Tr{\"a}nkle and Walter Wirnitzer and Reimund Witmann and Hans-J{\"u}rgen Reumerman and Egon Schulz and Martin Weckerle and Peter Egner and Ulrich Barth},
  year={2005}
}
Wired LANs soared to the gigabit level some years ago, and terabit networks are in place for wide area networking. However, in terms of data rate, wireless short-range networks tend to lag one generation behind wired LANs. The recent second generation of wireless short-range networks offers transmission rates of up to 54 Mb/s. The third wireless LAN generation is under development and will materialize in the IEEE 802.11n standard in about two years. IEEE 802.11n WLANs will offer a few hundred… CONTINUE READING

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