First wireless then dsl

"Dotty" hath wroth:

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That's great. The same vendors that have blocked approval of the proposed 802.11n standard are now allegedly looking for certification by some unknown consensus. Of course, loves it because they make money on certifications. They also get paid twice. Once for Pre-N and again when the IEEE finally approves something.

Looks like 802.11n is scheduled for final working group approval in Jan 2008. Yawwwwwwwwwwwwwnnnnnnnn..... |

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trial by combat or a pistol duel might produce a suitable winner in a shorter time period?

Time to bring back the Interop bake-off's for 802.11n compatibility issues?

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On 29 Aug 2006 10:01:46 -0700, "Cactoos" wrote in :

Clear line of sight? Or things in between? What things?


  1. Ad hoc network of wireless adapters on the two machines.
  2. Internet Connection Sharing on the office laptop.



50 meters is far for typical laptop wireless adapters. You might well need high-gain directional antennas, at the office end at least; e.g., Hawking USB wireless adapter with built-in high-gain antenna.
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