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Hi everyone,

I'm doing a class project on home wireless networking, focusing on a few of the 802.11 protocols (b/g/n).  As part of it I would like to do some research into upcoming/future technologies.  

I've hit a bit of a road block here.  It doesn't seem like much competes with the 802.11 standards in the wireless LAN area? Is there an upcoming 802.11 standard (after n)?

Or, are there interesting specific technologies that will be combined to make up the next standard? Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!
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>how about 802.11a?
Has been ratified for years now

There are a few drafts opened: http://standards.ieee.org/about/get/


Here is some additional information if you have yet to stumble acrossed it:
http://www.infoworld.com/d/networking/what-future-holds-wi-fi-253


Billy
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Seems like higher speeds are always a goal in future networking trends.

http://www.zdnet.com/blog/networking/beyond-80211n-gigabit-wi-fi/177
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thank you to everyone for the links.
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