FCC expands wireless network capability

Consumers could see the development of more high-speed devices that connect computers, phones, and other electronics without wires under federal action taken Aug. 31.

The decision by the Federal Communications Commission expands the ability of systems designed primarily for wireless networking inside a home or building. Such devices might use the airwaves to connect several computers to a single printer or to download CD-quality audio and video streams


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