802.11n Wi-Fi Standard Officially Approved by IEEE

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After a long seven years of development and tweaking, the IEEE has finally approved the 802.11n high-throughput wireless LAN standard.

The new standard, which is reportedly capable of throughput of 300Mbps, has been changed six times since its first conception. And, according to the IEEE, all existing WiFi certified 802.11 Draft N wireless products will work with the final standard.

No word as to when the standard will make its way to market.

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