The standards working groups have been busy working on 802.11n, finally submitting a draft this week. 802.11n allows for speeds above 100Mbps using MIMO and OFDM and other alphabet soup technologies. Now the standard has to wait for 40 days for comments to roll in and then it gets a final vote. The lack of a final standard has’nt stopped some manufacturers from jumping the gun and selling MIMO gear already. I’m sure they are hoping that the standard goes through unchanged.