Netgear today announced an 802.11g wireless router specifically designed for open source firmware.
The problems found by SmallNetBuilder with 2.4 GHz band performance in Netgear's WNDR3300 $100 dual-band draft 802.11n router in initial testing have been confirmed by Netgear. But a firmware fix is on the way.
I need to tune my newsfeeds a bit, since I missed last week's press release about Ruckus Wireless suing Netgear and its new antenna design partner Rayspan.
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