802.11 Protocol Seminar Presentation
IEEE 802.11 n Protocol is a set of media devices which is used to plant a wireless local area Network with computer communication in the bandwidth of 900 Mhz and 2,4, 3.6, 5, and 60 GHz frequency bands. This set-up vas created and maintained by IEEE LAN/MAN Standard Community. This was released in the year 1997 and it provides the standard amendments of implantation wireless local area network connection. There are few other standards available within the base model and they are IEEE 802.11 a, IEEE 802.11 b, IEEE 802.11 g, and IEEE 802.11 n. The B version is using 2.4 GHz frequency with the maximum speed of 11 Mbps and covering 38 meters. The A version enjoys 5 GHz and maximum speed and coverage of 54 Mbps and 35 meters respectively. The G version also has 2.4 GHz and 54 Mbps speed and 34-meter coverage and the N version uses both 5 and 2.4 GHz based on OFDM and speed of 150 Mbps and covers nearly 70 meters.