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Measurement.Blues   6/20/2014 12:57:13 PM
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@howman, thanks for catching the error. It's fixed.

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Howman   6/20/2014 12:25:05 PM
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Pretty sure you meant 802.3ba not 802.11ba in your answer.  802.3 is Ethernet and 802.11 is WiFi.

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Measurement.Blues   6/20/2014 9:50:40 AM
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David (and everyone else.

We have one more set of questions coming next Friday. I'd like to run more of these types of posts, but need some help. If you have any qustions you's like to send for a future quiz, please contact me at martin.rowe@ubm.com.

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David Ashton   6/20/2014 2:49:04 AM
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Hi Martin

Well at least all the questions were included this time!  Only got 2/4 right though, I am a comms tech but got the two comms related ones wrong.  But it was a pleasant diversion at the end of my Friday afternoon, many thanks.

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