A second draft of the proposed IEEE standard for 100+Mbps wireless LANs is being pushed back several months, with a vote on it likely for January 2007 instead of late fall. The IEEE task group charged with crafting the 802.11n WLAN standard has been slogging through an astonishing 12,000 comments that were filed in response to draft 1.0, issued earlier this year. About half of that number, many of them very minor editorial changes, have already been resolved by the end of last month's regular meeting.
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802.11n specification delayed again
Posted on Tuesday, Aug 15 2006 @ 00:44 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck