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802.11e as of June 2003 is a draft standard that defines a set of Quality of Service enhancements for LAN applications, in particular the 802.11 WiFi standard. The standard is considered of critical importance for delay-sensitive applications, such as Voice over Wireless IP and Streaming MultiMedia.

Outside link: For comparison of 802.15.3 and 802.11e standards http://www.xtremespectrum.com/PDF/802.11eVs802.15.3.pdf

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