Monday, October 01, 2007

Letter of assurance on 802.11n?

PCWorld noted on the Wi-Fi business:

The IEEE sent CSIRO a customary request for a Letter of Assurance regarding 802.11n, according to The Register. In this type of letter, a company with patents that may be part of a standard says whether it will license its technology free or at a reasonable rate, won't enforce its patents, or won't license the technology, among other things. Neither CSIRO nor the IEEE could provide statements about the letter or a response in time for this article.


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