Please note that 802.11n wireless protocol uses MIMO, which is multiple-input multiple-output that uses multiple antennas at both the transmitter and receiver ends to improve communication performance. It is one of several forms of smart antenna technology usage. While the 802.11ac wireless protocol standard, used in the DIR-860L, offers a much faster data speeds than the current 802.11n, at up to one gigabit per second, by sending multiple simultaneous streams of data from access points to devices. Promising easier set up, faster speeds and greater coverage, the 802.11ac wireless protocol is ideal for wireless HD and 3D streaming (450Mbps + 650Mbps), lightly-compressed wireless display and high-speed synchronization. Using only the 5Ghz band, compared with 802.11n wireless protocol, which uses both 5Ghz and 2.4Ghz, this new standard allows for less interference and a cleaner connection. We thank you for your feedback as we appreciate it and if you need further information please visit www.dlink.com. Thank you for choosing D-Link.
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