Quantenna QHS 802.11n chipsets promises 600 Mbps throughput

Quantenna had announced that it had secured approximately $25 million to begin its development of various "next-gen" wireless technologies. Now, the company is ready to break a big barrier with Quantenna's QHS 802.11n chipsets that’ve a 4x4 MIMO antenna system with Transmit Beamforming, with the stated goal of being used in the streaming of high-definition multimedia content or […]

Quantenna had announced that it had secured approximately $25 million to begin its development of various "next-gen" wireless technologies. Now, the company is ready to break a big barrier with Quantenna's QHS 802.11n chipsets that’ve a 4x4 MIMO antenna system with Transmit Beamforming, with the stated goal of being used in the streaming of high-definition multimedia content or in HD IPTV setups.

The company says its chips use the 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz bands simultaneously, along with adaptive vector mesh routing to reduce communication latency. The three chips announced today are the QHS450 (450 Mbps max link speed, 200 Mbps max throughput), QHS600 (600 Mbps/400 Mbps), and QHS1000 (1 Gbps/600 Mbps).

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