Reply To: OCU C)NP A Week 03 Lesson 05 Discussion

Aaron Elliott

The first wireless LAN standard was developed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, and the rest of the family of standards are also maintained by the Institute. The first standard was only known as 802.11 and published in 1997. This first version allowed speeds up to 2Mbps. Being the first version, devices were not designed to a single standard and did not communicate with each other well.

Speeds really took off after standard 802.11g and later versions. Version 802.11G allowed fifty-four megabytes per second over a 20.4 gigahertz band. This version improved security over earlier models and was backwards compatible with the earlier models as well.


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