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The Wireless Standard Shuffle from 1G to Wi-Fi 6 (.PDF Download)

Much is being written and imagined about the many capabilities of future wireless-communications systems and reaching into higher frequency ranges. But current wireless systems are based on well-conceived standards, which have worked for many applications, from simple radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags for tracking goods in warehouses to more elaborate 4G Long Term Evolution (4G LTE) cellular wireless systems. 5G cellular technology may be coming, but existing standards define quite a

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