5G Enters in Wi-Fi Market – Need For Speed
Speed Up Connection With 5G Wi-Fi
any of our activities are in a wireless network from a router that is often overwhelmed by all devices that are anchored in their ports. For many, the connection speed is directly dependent on what you are doing the other person across the line. Now, in an effort to carry the Wi-Fi to unprecedented levels, Belkin and Net-gear companies have announced plans to launch dual routers to support the new 5G network of Wi-Fi. A breakthrough that will revolutionize the way we connect.
The speeds advertised by companies ranging from 450 Mbps up to 1.300 at a frequency of 2.4 and 5 GHz, respectively. These devices were announced during CES 2012 and its chips will be part of the family 802.11ac.
Distance is the natural enemy of any wireless network because the current devices emit waves that attach to our computers, consoles or phones. The new models use ray emission technology that directly addressed the sign for where we need it. A breakthrough brought to the intense battle to place the modem in the right place to function efficiently.
Technologies developed by Belkin and Net-gear could meet the current demand for internet at its maximum peak rate of input and output demand a modern home. In the coming years, Smart-TV, i Pads, smartphones, laptops and computers may be facing-each-videos in high resolution without loss of signal. Sure, the speeds promised by these routers also depends on the ISP that you hire, so many will not be very happy to not being able to harness the power of these routers with minimal connection that we have in our country. The R6300 router Net-gear Dual-Band Gigabit WiFi will be available this month at a minimum price of $ 200 and will be available from its website . what are you thinking about this 5G technology? share your opinion about this new technology into comment box.
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