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What is the status of the IEEE 802.11g ratification process? What might change?

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Re: What is the status of the IEEE 802.11g...

The 802.11g committee has settled on all of the major technology decisions for the specification. The document is essentially being reviewed to clarify sections that may have more than one interpretation. Any changes are expected to be minor only and may require a software update.

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