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Old 12-28-2007, 05:31 PM
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Thumbs down IEEE 802.11y specifications

Hello!

I have been looking for information about the IEEE developing standard 802.11y and I sitll haven't found any information about the modulation technique and the channel width to be used. Can anyone give me that answers? They're already on the 6th draft...

Another doubt I have it's if it's expected to be implemented in Europe. I only read references to FCC and it's implementation in the US... how about in Europe, isn't ETSI to approve it's utilization?


Thank you for the attention.

Compliments,
Rodrigo S.
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