Industry voice60 GHZ Wi-Fi, also known as IEEE 802.11ad, will provide blazing multi-gigabit rates, orders of magnitude increases in network capacity, and compatibility with 802.11n/ac for "tri-band" Wi-Fi networking.
Industry voiceLegacy mobile backhaul networks supporting multiple standards cannot cope with the continued growth of traffic on wireless networks.
ExplainedIf you thought Wi-Fi couldn't get much faster than 802.11n, think again: 802.11ac, dubbed 5G Wi-Fi, promises ridiculously fast wireless connections, better range and improved reliability.
Most new routers announce that they're going to expand your home network via the wonders of the Wireless N protocol, which enables a much faster and reliable signal. The DHP-1565 is different - it comes with a Powerline adapter.
The Trendnet TEW-692GR Dual Band Wireless Router is a small and unobtrusive device that comes with three antennae to deliver a stronger - and wider - wireless signal.