Remembering terms is tough for me. Remembering which amendment covers which topic is painful. Here the mnemonics I used.
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802.11d - "d" is for regulatory Domains. - Mechanism for specifying countries with new regulatory requirements.
802.11h - None (ChannelFly uses 802.11h to signal channel changes, so I just know this one.) - DFS and TPC.
802.11i - None (Again, some you just get familiar with.)
802.11j - "j" is for Japan. - Necessary to gain approval in Japanese 4.9 - 5.091 frequencies.
802.11e - Qualiteee of service. - QoS. VoWiFi and WMM.
802.11r - r is for Roaming. - Defines FT. (If there were just an easy way to remember that FT means Fast Basic Service Set Transition.)
802.11k - I never come up with one.
802.11y - I never come up with one.
802.11w - "w" turns Management on its head. - Protection for some management frames.
802.11p - I never come up with one.
802.11z - I never come up with one.
802.11u - "U" gotta work with other folk. - Integration WiFi with networks. Hotspot 2.0 and Passpoint.
802.11v - I never come up with one.
802.11s - "s" is for messsh networks..
802.11ae - I never come up with one.
802.11aa - I never come up with one.
802.11af - I never come up with one.
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