Here Comes Gigabit WiFi
by Fox Van Allen for Techlicious
The FCC has cleared the way for more high speed, high capacity Wi-Fi across the country.–PC Pitstop.
The Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously this week to allow WiFi networks greater access to the public airwaves, officially clearing the way for faster WiFi data connections.
Currently, WiFi networks are allowed to communicate using two different public frequency bands: 2.4GHz and 5GHz. The new FCC rule expands the amount of the 5GHz band dedicated for use in WiFi communications by 100MHz, opening up the possibility of ultra-high-speed Gigabit WiFi in our homes.
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