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EE Times (01/01/2007 9:00 AM EST)

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - When the IEEE first pondered antenna diversity for its
802.11n wireless LAN standard, the multiple-input/multiple-output antenna topology was
seen as a general tool for increasing Internet data access to 500 Mbits/second -- some
50 times that of 802.11b. But as draft silicon of 802.1n networks sampled in 2006, the
focus had changed to a singular concentration on Internet Protocol TV (IPTV) and high-
definition television video streams.

Full article @ www.eetimes.com

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While Wireless N is an improvement over Wirelss G, I'd still rather have the reliability of a hardwired connection. Only reason I have a WLAN is for my PDA.

500Mb internet connection, sign me up. :)
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