802.11ah is a technology that WLAN doers and those in the business of systems that might fall under the heading of Internet of Things really need to get to know. The Wi-Fi Alliance’s own PR is here, and you’ll find endless perspectives on Halow- the cute name for .11ah- without Googling very hard.
My advice- read everything you can on .11ah, but watch out for the over-the-top “it’s gonna save the world!” type hype that comes with any new wireless technology. HaLow is a bit of a wild card at this point, we’ll have to see where it goes.
My own full take is running at Network Computing, where I’ve been writing and blogging professionally for almost 16 years. Have a read, and please post any thoughts or questions you might have.
Filed under: 802.11ah, HaLow, Wi-Fi, Wireless Networking, WLAN Tagged: 802.11ah, HaLow
This post first appeared on Wirednot | Lee Badman's Mostly Wi-Fi Blog- Opinion, please read the originial post: here