Matthew Gast, a voting member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), suggested in his recent blog that the current Wireless-N (or 802.11n Draft) specification is going to be finalized in September.
If this is true, that would mean the specification took about seven years to become finalized from the day it was conceived.
So what does it mean for consumers? Apparently not much, according to the Wi-Fi Alliance, the group that tests and certifies wireless networking products to ensure their interoperability.
The group announced Thursday that it will not change the baseline requirements of its 802.… Read more