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Wednesday, January 6, 2016

New Type Of WiFi In The 900 MHz Spectrum

The New Type of Wi-Fi Can Reach Twice As Far As Before

All Set for the Smart Home

David Nield | January 4, 2016

Everything in the home is going smart, from fridges to thermostats, and that can put a strain on your poor Wi-Fi router. The Wi-Fi Alliance, the body that sets the Wi-Fi standards for manufacturers to follow, thinks it's found a solution in the form of Wi-Fi HaLow.
HaLow isn't really an upgrade on existing Wi-Fi standards - it's more like a new extension of Wi-Fi, one aimed specifically at the Internet of Things. It can stretch twice as far while using less power, so it's perfect for getting everything in your smart home connected.


<more at; related links: (Wi-Fi Alliance® introduces low power, long range Wi-Fi HaLow™. January 4, 2016) and (Everything You Need To Know About New Wi-Fi for the Internet of Things. January 4, 2016)>

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