802.11

Amped Wireless ARTEMIS Offers Wave 2 802.11ac Networking Performance

By Robert Archer · June 1, 2016 • The ARTEMIS High Power AC1300 Wi-Fi Router with MU-MIMO from Amped Wireless supports music downloads, 4K video streaming and gaming activities all at once to keep connected households happy.

VIZIO’s Value-Minded D Series 4K TVs Are Loaded with Features

By Robert Archer · February 18, 2016 • The fully backlit LCD televisions from VIZIO range from 40 inches to 65 inches, offering 4K resolutions and 802.11ac wireless networking connectivity.

Crestron Bolsters System Connectivity with CEN-WAP-1500 Wireless Access Point

By Robert Archer · June 13, 2014 • Ensuring the performance of its touchpanels, as well as other devices such as smart phones, web tablets and computers, Crestron's CEN-WAP-1500 wireless access point can be installed to extend clients' networks in residential and commercial building environments.

802.11ac is the Next Big Thing in Wireless

By Bjorn Jensen · February 15, 2013 • New 802.11ac is faster and better than 802.11n, paving the way for high-performance wireless HD. But how long will 5 GHz band stay uncrowded?

Actiontec MyWirelessTV Multiroom Wireless HD Video Kit

By Robert Archer · June 27, 2012 • Actiontec's new MultiroomTV Wireless HD Video Kit enables installers to set up and distribute HD content to single displays or multiple televisions up to 160 feet away.

Luxul XAP-1030 indoor wireless access point

By Robert Archer · September 19, 2011 • The company's new network infrastructure solution incorporates a low-profile design to allow installers to mount the device on a wall or ceiling, and through its weather-resistant build quality it can be used for outdoor coverage and point-to-point links applications.

Luxul Xen

By Robert Archer · August 3, 2011 • The Utah-based company's new line of products offers a complete choice of pre-configured devices that are designed to simplify network design.

VIZIO VTAB1008 tablet

By Robert Archer · June 24, 2011 • In addition to its introduction of several new TVs and other electronics components, the company has also entered the burgeoning mobile computing category with its announcement of its new web tablet.

IOGEAR Universal Wi-FI N Adapter

By Robert Archer · June 8, 2011 • The Foothill Ranch, California-based company's latest accessory enables installers to connect devices like gaming consoles and Blu-ray players to a network without having to run Ethernet cabling.