It’s a new year, and you can’t go wrong with a new 802.15.4 camera.
But if you’ve got a bunch of older, old 802.10.1 cameras on your smart home, this article might help.
Read moreThe new 802-11ac standard has a whole host of different sensors, and a lot of manufacturers have jumped on board, but there’s still a lot that remains.
Here’s a quick rundown of the different 802.1X cameras you can buy now.1.
802.19ac The 802.17ac standard was released in late 2013, with many brands making their way into the market with their own cameras.
The newer version of the standard, 802.20, is only a year old, so there’s not a whole lot to compare between the two.
The differences between the newer and older 802.2a cameras can be confusing, so here’s a summary.
WiFi 802.22a has the same sensors as 802.21b, but with a few new additions.
There’s a wider range of frequencies and transmitters, including 1 GHz, 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz, and 6 GHz, which can be used for 802.3af.
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