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WiFi Preps for 5G, IoT Roles

Next-gen 60 GHz effort begins
12/29/2014 09:10 AM EST
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Sheetal.Pandey
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Re: Other mmWave work
Sheetal.Pandey   12/30/2014 8:13:21 AM
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For IOT to be successful the wifi needs options and internet access itself needs more options than wifi. IOT would need each and every device on internet irrespective of the device location. Whether washing machine dryers or your kitchen or your pet home.

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Other mmWave work
Jessica Lipsky   12/29/2014 12:56:14 PM
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I would love to compare the (eventual) findings of this group with NYU Wireless' research. Maybe both these groups will be at the Brooklyn 5G summit next year.

http://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1323851

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Proposals?
rick merritt   12/29/2014 12:11:18 PM
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I'd love to hear what you want to see in the NG60 or .11ax standards. Especially if you plan to make a formal proposal, float it here first.

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