For years now, Wi-Fi versions have been named as a combination of numbers, alphabets, and special symbols. For example, 802.11ab, 802.11n or a/b/g/n. However, things are set to change now. Wi-Fi Alliance, the group that offers IEEE-defined names for Wi-Fi versions, has decided to make the names simpler from now onwards. The next Wi-Fi version […]
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