What’s the Difference Between IEEE 802.11ah and 802.11af in the IoT? (.PDF Download)

The IEEE standard 802.11 usually defines what we all know as Wi-Fi. Multiple versions of this standard exist, but not all are designated as Wi-Fi despite their being a part of the family. Specifically, consider two relatively recent versions of the standard: 802.11af, now referred to as White-Fi, and 802.11ah, otherwise known as HaLow. Both versions, which are more suited to Internet of Things (IoT) applications, offer benefits beyond traditional Wi-Fi, including longer range and lower power

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