Steven J. Crowley, P.E.
The IEEE Standards Association recognizes 20 years of progress in IEEE 802.11.
IEEE 802.11 Wireless Milestones:
- September 1990 – IEEE 802.11 project initiated with the concept of creating a WLAN standard for shared local communications interworking with the successful wired IEEE 802.3 (Ethernet) product
- 1997 – Standard released, supported 2 Mb/s data rates in the 2.4 GHz band
- 1999 – Improvements were added for increased data rates in the 2.4 GHz band and availability in the 5 GHz band
- 1999-2009 -The IEEE 802.11 wireless LAN blossomed in the home market. Also, users started to apply the devices to build community networks where incumbent telecommunications providers did not offer service
- 2009 – The IEEE 802.11n amendment provided another ten-fold increase in data rate (now peaking at 600 Mb/s) and added other radio range extension enhancements such as beamsteering
- 2010 and Beyond – The IEEE 802.11 Working Group celebrates 20 years of achievements
- IEEE 802.11 is working to increase data rates another ten-fold, to 5 Gb/s
- IEEE 802.11ac task group will extend IEEE 802.11n-like capabilities in the 5 GHz spectrum
- IEEE 802.11ad task group will develop an extension for operation at 60 GHz
- Other projects underway will provide dynamic management of the air interface, adaptations for vehicular use, mesh operation, interworking with cellular systems, and peer-to-peer link establishment
About SteveSteve is a consulting wireless engineer who provides support for projects worldwide involving technology and competitive analysis, standardization, regulation, business development, patent portfolio management, and corporate communication. Clients include vendors, service providers, asset managers, government agencies, and other professional service providers. Named by Forbes as a top 10 mobile influencer on the basis of reach, resonance, and relevance in the industry.
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