Quantenna has announced a deal with Samsung to use its high-performance Wi-Fi technology.
Linksys today announced a new line of "affordable" wireless LAN products using MIMO technology.
The RangePlus line includes a Wireless Router (WRT100), Notebook Adapter (WPC100), PCI Adapter (WMP100), and USB Notebook Adapter (WUSB100).
Linksys describes the new line as using Multiple Input, Multiple Output (MIMO) technology, but makes no mention of whether the products are draft 802.11n compliant.
The WRT100 and WPC100 are available now at estimated street prices of $99.99 each. The other RangePlus products will be available in the fourth quarter of 2007.
Azimuth Systems today introduced its next-generation platform for MIMO and SISO 802.11 wireless product testing.
The ADEPT-n MIMO test platform is a single-box, point-to-multi-point tester that enables repeatable performance, interoperability and functional testing of 802.11a/b/g/n devices. Azimuth said the ADEPT-n will succeed its W-series 802.11 a/b/g performance test platform, as the wireless industry transitions to the 802.11n standard.
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