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Wi-Fi/IEEE 802.11 Update

Peter Ecclesine, Wireless Technology Analyst, Cisco

Date: Wednesday, June 29

Time: 11:45 - 12:00 PM

Location: Salon E

Category: Technology & Engineering

IEEE 802.11 is currently standardizing four radio technologies - TV white spaces 54 MHz to 862 MHz; Unlicensed sub 1 GHz; Gigabit sub 6 GHz and Gigabit at 60 GHz. The first two extend the range of Wi-Fi, and the gigabit ones extend the maximum data rate. Each has a Wi-Fi Alliance Marketing Task Group. Together with Wi-Fi Alliance Hot Spot 2.0, all the Wi-Fi radios will be used to augment LTE indoors and outside. New operating scenarios include geo-location database control in TV White Spaces, and concurrent multiband using 60 GHz for some traffic and lower bands for other traffic. Traditional BlueTooth Zigbee and other battery-powered applications will be considered by Wi-Fi Alliance Low Energy Task Group and 802.11ah.

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