The Wi-Fi Alliance is telling the IEEE to hurry up with the 802.11n certification by threatening to do the impossible: certify a standard that it can't certify.
The alliance plans to: "certify interoperability of Wi-Fi products that include baseline features from the developing IEEE 802.11n standard in the first half of 2007." Essentially it plans to certify some of the basic features for the forthcoming 802.11n standard.
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