Month: May 2016

Future routers: The key to the connected home

When was the last time you interacted with your router, beyond turning it off and on again after a frustrating connection issue? I’m willing to bet it was a long time ago, if ever. And given the general interface on these things, you’re probably lucky it was.When was the last time you interacted with your router, beyond turning it off and on again after a frustrating connection issue? I’m willing to bet it was a long time ago, if ever. And given the general interface on these things, you’re probably lucky it was.

What 802.11 Wifi Standards Mean To You

Here at Innovation Labs we’ve done a lot of work around the connected home which usually involves trawling through research papers and in-depth reports explaining WiFi standards for engineers like me.

What I realised was missing was an up-to-date look at the differences and what they mean for real people, especially in terms of the speed, range and stability.