802.11n draft 1.10 approved

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Tim Higgins

Atheros issued a statement today reporting that "all of the 3,000
technical comments to the 802.11n draft 1.0 have now been resolved" and that
there was "unanimous approval" for the creation of a draft 1.10.

A 15-day letter ballot will now take place to determine whether a 2.0 version
based on the 1.10 draft should be created and submitted for technical review (via
a 30-day letter ballot).

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