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Items tagged with: Wi-LAN

WiLAN Settles With Broadcom, Realtek

Atheros and Wi-LAN SettleWi-LAN has added Broadcom and Realtek to its list of companies that have settled Wi-Fi related litigation. Terms are similar to those reached with Intel and Atheros

Atheros and Wi-LAN Settle

Atheros and Wi-LAN SettleWi-LAN just announced that Atheros has also reached an agreement to end litigation.

Intel Caves In To Wi-LAN

Intel and Wi-LAN SettleWi-LAN announced on Friday that it has reached an agreement with Intel to settle all patent litigation.

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Hi all,What is the difference (pros and cons) between enabling Smart connect and separating 2.4/5 ghz but giving same ssid names?I understand that und...
I am pleased to announce the release of CakeQOS-Merlin!Current Version: 1.0.2 (Changelog)CakeQOS-Merlin is a custom add-on for supported Asus routers ...
This thread is for the discussion topic : unbound_manager script. As per the GitHub Hints/Tips: Differences between the operational modes​ E...
I live in Canada so the only channel options available are 36 to 48, and 149 to 165. This knocks out any option to be able to use 160MHz and get full ...

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