802.11k

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802.11k

An IEEE standard that improves the management of radio resources by sharing information about neighboring access points as well as more easily detecting transmission strength. See 802.11.
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<p>The IEEE 802.11k radio resource management standard was published last year to address this, but Wi-Fi vendors had already been implementing an array of proprietary features to address this challenge.