||The original WLAN Standard. Supports 1 Mbps
to 2 Mbps.
||High speed WLAN standard for 5 GHz band.
Supports 54 Mbps.
||WLAN standard for 2.4 GHz band. Supports 11
||International roaming — automatically
configures devices to meet local RF regulations
||Addresses quality of service requirements for
all IEEE WLAN radio interfaces.
||Defines inter-access point communications to
facilitate multiple vendor-distributed WLAN networks.
||Establishes an additional modulation
technique for 2.4 GHz band. Supports speeds up to 54 Mbps.
||Defines the spectrum management of the 5 GHz
||Defines and exposes radio and network
information to facilitate radio resource management of a mobile
||Provides higher throughput improvements.
Intended to provide speeds up to 500 Mbps.
||Defines how wireless devices can interconnect
to create an ad-hoc (mesh) network.
||Provides fast (<50 millisecond), secure and
QoS-enabled inter-access point roaming protocol for clients.
||Adds features to improve interworking with
external (non-802) networks where the user is not pre-authorized for
||Enhances client manageability, infrastructure
assisted roaming management, and filtering services.
||Creates tunnel direct link setup between
clients to improve peer-peer video throughput.
||Robust video transport streaming