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Why isn't this just called IEEE 802.11g? - Belkin (F5D72304F5D7000) Router

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The IEEE 802.11g standard is nearly complete, but it is technically a draft amendment not a standard. The IEEE prohibits vendors from declaring compliance to standard until it has gone through the specification writing, review and sign-off process required for ratification. 802.11g is already in the final stages of its review process prior to adoption as an IEEE Standard.

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