The 75-percent supermajority required for the larger 802.11 group to approve the Task Group N Draft 2.0 was reached in a single round of letter (mailed) ballots. 325 voters in the 802.11 Working Group were eligible to vote; 306 did; 231 approved the ballot (83.4 percent).
Qualcomm today introduced a dual-band 4x4 802.11n chipset capable of a top raw data rate of 600 Mbps.
Buffalo Technology has issued an official statement about its battle with Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). Visitors ...