IEEE 802.11ai

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IEEE 802.11ai is a Wireless LAN study group in the IEEE that since June 2017[1] has standardized a fast initial link setup (FILS) function that enable a wireless LAN client to achieve a secure link setup within 100ms. RevCom & Standards Board approval was expected in September 2016.[2]

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  1. ^ "IEEE Announces Significant Enhancements Available with Release of IEEE 802.11ai and IEEE 802.11 Wireless Standards". Standards.ieee.org. Retrieved 15 May 2018.
  2. ^ "TGai-Closing-Report-Atlanta-Jan-2016". Mentor.ieee.org. p. 8. Retrieved 2016-03-21. RevCom & Standards Board Final or Continuous Process Approval in Sep 16

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