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Draft 802.11n Could Cause Confusion Among Wi-Fi Users

Published: 26 January 2006

ID: G00137512

Analyst(s): Ken Dulaney , Rachna Ahlawat , Stan Bruederle

Summary

Several Wi-Fi chip vendors are basing their marketing on the Enhanced Wireless Consortium's (EWC's) proposed 802.11n standard. But the standard is far from final, and most enterprises should avoid adopting early releases.

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