FCC currently testing Xbox 360 wireless 802.11N adapter

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 15 September 2009 15:41 GMT

Xbox 360 wireless 802.11N adapter

The FCC has revealed through recent filings that its currently testing a wireless 802.11N Wi-FI adapterfor Xbox 360.

According to testing from the FCC, wireless speeds will be faster and a second antenna is included on the gadget to improve reception and is attached to the console through a USB port.

While no announcement has been forthcoming from Microsoft on the matter, the FCC filing has occurred within a few weeks of the 360 fall update which will bring 1080p Zune video compatibility along with the existing Netflix HD.

The full details from the FCC can be found through the link.

Via Gizmondo.

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