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The TGn Sync proposal doesn’t achieve supermajority for 802.11n: Although the proposal won more than 50 percent of the vote at the last IEEE 802.11n task group meeting, it failed to achieve the supermajority needed to move ahead this time around. That means that the floor is back open to reconsider other proposals, with WWiSE being the only reasonable contender. It’s likely that compromise will now be achieved because while there are a few basic differences in encoding that must be resolving, much of the concern is over optional versus mandatory modes and configurations.
Posted by Glennf at May 19, 2005 6:08 PM
Categories: Task Group N
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