Friday, May 24th
You're going to get more for your money—temporarily—when you buy Linksys' new "AC1200" router.
The new SmallNetBuilder wireless testbed relies on some innovative new technology to reduce test time and enable more detailed performance analysis.
It's getting harder to tell Wi-Fi products apart. Here is how SmallNetBuilder is approaching the problem.
The best way to deal with a flaky router is quickly and simply.
We took a quick look inside Apple's newest and WD's first wireless routers.
forces driving 802.11ac aren't really what you think they are.
Updated - In Part 2 of our short series, we check to see if some popular routers and access points back off from 40 MHz bandwidth when they are supposed to.
Updated - If you've been wondering why your new 802.11n router won't link higher than 130 Mbps in the 2.4 GHz band, we have the answer.
Updated - We peeked inside Cisco's new Linksys E and EA routers so that you don't have to.
Updated - 802.11ac is all about faster wireless. But it will eat up most of the 5 GHz band to do it.
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