Friday, May 20, 2005

Update: 802.11n Debate Remains Unresolved

Mark Hachman writes in ExtremeTech:

Having failed to secure enough votes for standards approval, the debate over which proposal to back for the next-generation 802.11n standard moves back to square one.

At an
IEEE meeting in Cairns, Australia, the TGn Sync proposal failed to win the 75 percent approval that it required to become the draft 802.11n standard. According to the IEEE's bylaws, the lack of compromise means that the TGn Sync as well as the opposing WWiSE proposal must now be reconsidered, most probably to enact a merged standard.


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