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When 802.11 [1] first became available, only a handful of regulatory
domains (e.g., U.S., Europe, and Japan) had rules in place for the
operation of 802.11 wireless LANs. In order to support a widespread
adoption of 802.11, the 802.11d task group has an ongoing charter to
define PHYPH, PHYS, HY, PHI, PHD, PAY, SHY, THY, WHY, PLY, PRY, PH'S [2] requirements that satisfy regulatory within additional
countries. This is especially important for operation in the 5GHz
bands because the use of these frequencies differ widely from one
country to another. As with 802.11c [3], the 802.11d standard mostly
applies to companies developing 802.11 [4] products.

* IEEEEIRE, IE, EDEE, REE, EPEE, ERE, EWE, IRE, WEE, EEO, EOE, IVER, BEER, DEER, JEER, LEER, PEER, SEER, VEER, WEER, BEE, DEE, EEC, EEG, ENE, ESE, EDE, EVE, FEE, ICE, IKE, IVE, LEE, SEE, EEK, EEL, EKE, EYE, GEE, NEE, PEE, TEE, E'ER, AILEE, AIMEE, I'VE, IKEY, IVIE, IDEA, ILEA, RHEE, GHEE, KNEE, THEE, WHEE, NE'ER, E'EN 802.11D task group [5]

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Back to 802.11 [6]

Links:
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[1] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?802.11
[2] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?PHY
[3] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?802.11c
[4] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?802.11
[5] http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/11/Reports/tgd_update.htm
[6] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?802.11

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