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802.11ac: A Survival Guide by Matthew Gast

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802.11ac: A Survival Guide
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Publisher: O'Reilly Media
ISBN/ASIN: 1449343147
ISBN-13: 9781449343149
Number of pages: 154

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802.11ac is the next jump in speed for Wi-Fi, offering an increase in speed to beyond 1 Gbps. This book describes the technology behind the latest generation of Wi-Fi, including new coding and channel layouts for higher raw speed, as well as technology that underlies beamforming and multi-user MIMO for even greater efficiency.

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