Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Tim S, 16 Apr 2007.
So wait.. is it a good thing or a bad thing?
IMO it's a good thing, the 2.4GHz band is currently flooded with everything, it has 2.4GHz wireless, 2.4GHz AV signals and a lot more. And the Wireless band only has 5MHz increments between channels
2.6GHz is a relatively "clean" spectrum so you'll get less interference meaning less parity errors and a stronger signal strength.
They need more antennas just to handle all the current stuff - leave alone this 60 GHz stuff.
That's a little rough reading.
Otherwise, great article!
It was rushed between keynotes tbh. Ive a LOT more detailed information on it but I'm seeing the wireless people later in the week so, given time, will put it all into a round up article when I get back (or on the plane, YAY for 10.5 hr flight but only a 3 hour battery).
you need a ThinkPad X60s -- 10 hours baby!!
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