802.11v

802.11v

An IEEE working group that is defining methods for improved Wi-Fi management, including the ability to lower power when not needed and redirect packets to different access points to balance the traffic load. See 802.11.
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Of course, there are lots of very large houses in Saudi Arabia, to blanket your home with seamless Wi-Fi coverage, Huawei WiFi Q2 system is designed to support up to 16 hotspots, With one Wi-Fi network in your entire home, it offers 100 millisecond switching time (with 802.11v protocol) that automatically connects users to the fastest hot spot and frequency to bring smart homes the smoothest Wi-Fi experience possible.
By having a single Wi-Fi network in the entire home, the Huawei WiFi Q2 is able to offer 100ms switching time (with 802.11v protocol).
<p>The 802.11v standard, which is likely to be finalized in July 2010, has a number of elements to tackle improved Wi-Fi management.
By having a single Wi-Fi network in the entire home, the HUAWEI WiFi Q2 is able to offer 100ms switching time (with 802.11v protocol), meaning the system automatically connects users to the fastest hot spots and frequency for the smoothest connected experience, even when on the go.