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802.11n chipset interoperability plus performance testing favors Metalink

2/28/2008 07:00 PM EST
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re: 802.11n chipset interoperability plus performance testing favors Metalink
MichaelCowan   3/6/2008 12:00:25 AM
There is no information on configurations used for testing or equipment. Was some confirmations 2x2 MIMO,and others 3x3 or 4x4 MIMO? I think Metalink needs to add the 'devil's in the detail' information then issue a complete report, I'd love to see it. OctoScope did a outstanding job at providing details on DUT equipment used and test setups.

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