Greenfield mode is an operational mode of an 802.11n network that can maximize the speed of data transfers. The performance boost of Greenfield mode comes with some significant costs in any environment that includes pre-802.11n client radios.
As an overview, the 802.11n standard provides three operational modes:
With Legacy mode, every 802.11n access point (AP) […]
802.11ac is a draft standard for Wi-Fi® operation. It is a superset of 802.11n and, more importantly, is interoperable with 802.11n and previous standards.
According to a white paper from Ixia:
Video content is expected to exceed 70% of all internet traffic. Increased demand for video content is driving the need for greater throughput […]
Gillette® Stadium, the home of the New England Patriots, is one of many sports stadiums getting press for attempting to supply all fans with Wi-Fi® connections. An increasing percentage of fans want to use Wi-Fi to connect to the Internet from smartphones and tablets so that they can post updates on social networks, access Web […]
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