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New IEEE standard that is set to be rettified in 2007 that will be up to 10 times faster than 802.11g and have 4 times the range.

More Applications and Users, Faster Connections

With 802.11n technology, organizations gain unprecedented reliability and up to nine times the throughput of current 802.11a/b/g networks. This technology provides mobile users with:

  • Anytime access to network resources and applications
  • Optimum performance to support the growing number of mobile users
  • Quality of Service, for consistent voice and video over the WLAN
  • Reliable connections for mission-critical applications
  • Predictable coverage for challenging RF environments

Adoption of 802.11n wireless today protects long-term investments by delivering the performance needed to support new applications and meet user expectations for mobility.

802.11n: Mission-Critical Wireless

Create a transparent working environment across wired and wireless networks with the performance and reliability required for multimedia and business-critical applications.

Combine the mobility of wireless with the performance of wired networks in an 802.11n wireless network.

Why Choose Cisco for 802.11n?

Cisco Clean Air
Cisco provides performance protection for 802.11n networks with CleanAir technology. This silicon-level intelligence creates a self-healing, self-optimizing wireless network that mitigates the impact of wireless interference.

Cisco VideoStream
Provide clear, accurate video images everywhere by efficiently delivering multicast video from the wired to the wireless network.

Cisco ClientLink
ClientLink, a wireless innovation, allows access points to fill in coverage holes, increase access, and provide a signal in challenging environments.

Optimize 802.11n Performance

Save when you purchase 802.11n APs with CleanAir technology.

Cisco Aironet 3500 Series Access Points

Boost performance and reliability with 802.11n and CleanAir technology.

Useful Links:-

How to Enable or disable 802.11n access on guest network (Open Authentication) - Cisco Access Point

Factors that Affect 802.11n Throughput

How to Configure Access point 801AP (881W router) for both N and G support?

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