Well, Super WiFi, is in fact, standard WiFi. It will still give you the same data, and be accessed the same way, but on a different frequency. Basically since TV has gone digital, there is now so called “white-space” which is the space between the signal for your TV channels. As far as I can gather from various posts around the net, this WiFi 2.0 will operate from 500mhz – 700mhz rather than the standard 2.4ghz – 5ghz. Even though everyone seems excited about this right now, don't expect it anytime soon. However, when it does land, the possibilities for mobile networking will be vastly increased.
23 September 2010