802.11ad

802.11ad

An IEEE working group that was formed in 2009 to develop 802.11 standards in the 60 GHz frequency range. See 802.11 and WiGig.
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Qualcomm Technologies will carry on to advance this platform throughout the 2016 race season and beyond, with potential system architecture changes and planned migration to 802.
Qualcomm Technologies will continue to advance this solution throughout the 2016 race season and beyond, with potential system architecture changes and planned migration to 802.
On the Wi-Fi side, the phone supports tri-band: 60GHz for 802.
The company designs and licenses its HYDRA modem technology for inclusion on 802.
11ac Wave 2 Access Points (APs) and other technologies, such as 802.
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This system makes it easy to effectively operate the Company's modules with a user-friendly USB/PC interface to test I/Q (vector), FSK and ASK modulation for 802.
At Mobile World Congress, the company also demonstrated a pre-5G concept system that combines LTE with 802.
Samsung announced yesterday that it is readying a new 802.
First, Qualcomm has completed its acquisition of Wilocity, a leader in development of 60 GHz wireless chipsets based on the IEEE 802.
DisplayLink has introduced the DL-3900 dual head docking chip powers Dell's new D5000 wireless WiGig 802.