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Why Standards Place Limits on Data Transfer Rates?
This is a rather general question about hardware and standards in general: Why do they place limits on data transfer rates, and disallow manufacturers from exceeding those rates? (E.g. 100 Mbit/s for ...
Jun 25 '11 at 6:49
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