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Using 802.11 in industrial applications

Using 802.11 in industrial applications

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But those facilities are much more inhospitable to electronics and RF than a home. Ranges are greater as well. The IEEE 802.11 standard has evolved dramatically, and is now a collection of standards with downward compatibility.

From the original 1 Mbit per second requirements it now (or, soon with a new version that is in draft form) will stream data at 7 Gbit per second. Frequencies are migrating to 60 GHz, which means antennas are much more complex and walls absorb much of the signal.

Read the full article on page 10 of our October digital edition.

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