Let’s sort through the hype around 802.11ax, the latest and greatest WLAN standard, what use cases it may be a fit for, issues with AP and client devices, and what to consider before you upgrade.
We look at the biggest differences between the forthcoming 802.11ax and the current 802.11ac standard, why MU-MIMO isn’t as valuable as OFDMA, potential pitfalls in a legacy client environment, and other issues.
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