What is 802.11d and when would I need to us this feature?

802.11d (worldwide mode) is a wireless network communications specification for use in countries where systems using other standards in the 802.11 variations are not allowed to operate. This will allow the TEW-636APB to communicate in countries where there are different restrictions on wireless radio usage in regards to 802.11.
FAQ ID: 1676
Created: 10/8/2008
Modified: 10/8/2008
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