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High-throughput WLAN. Max speed 540 Mbps. Operating Frequency ± 2.4GHz and 5GHz. MIMO+OFDM

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IEEE 802.11 Working Group Standards 

802.11a  802.11b  802.11g  802.11h  802.11e  802.11n

WHY 802.11n
Overlap between the channels in 2.4GHz ISM Low Power and Low band width of 802.15.4 Higher coverage area High speed Requirements

HOW SPEED IMPROVFD 

Applying Multiple-input±multiple-output (MIMO) technology  Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing modulation is deployed  Using both 20- and 40-MHz Channels  Channel Bonding technique 

Lowered Overhead: Guard Interval  MAC Enhancements  Block Acknowledgement

OSI REFERANCE MODEL

802.11n Radio Enhancements 
20- and 40-MHz Channels
Reserved to avoid interference

Channel Bonding 
Two adjacent 20MHz channels together to form a single 40MHz channel  Doubling the data rates DRAWBACKS  May not enough channels  May not be available worldwide

TX RX

TX RX

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Mac Service Data Units Aggregation

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Message Protocol Data Units Aggregation
Inc Frame space 4K-64K MSDU COLLECT EATH FRAME MPDU COLLECT 802.11 FRAME

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short interframe space (SIFS). reduced interframe space (RIFS).

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MIMO Technology

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Spatial Multiplexing Power Save
‡Static operation -802.11a or 802.11g clients ‡ Dynamic operation.

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Power Save Multi-Poll

Higher Modulation Rates 
BPSK-

1 Mbps(802.11) 

QPSK- 11 Mbps (802.11b) 

OFDM- 135 Mbps(Max) OFDM with MIMO- 540 Mbps (802.11n) 

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Increased datarate. 1.5 times more coverage. Totally backward compatible. Added via an interface like USB. Supports Block acknowledgement, aggregation etc.

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High Cost. More Power. Wired back-end should be compatible. Adaptors are available only in the clients shipped recently.

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