/Professor warns: stick with 802.11g/
Posted 2006-04-10 13:22:06
Incorrectly advising users that new 802.11n gear won't work with old
hotspots, an article in the Boston Globe
also uses conversations with computer engineering professor Thomas A.
McGonagle to suggest users should avoid MIMO gear entirely.
/"These Multi Input, Multi Output gadgets achieve excellent signal
quality and range by hogging the wireless spectrum up to 219 yards
away- If you live in the city or suburbs, your MIMO router will
knock out your wireless-enabled neighbors' connections. And if your
neighbors also have MIMO, you'll all lose your connections. MIMO
also won't work with those free Wi-Fi hotspots that are popping up
in increasing numbers of cafes and libraries."/
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