Liam if you had of looked at the history and talk page of the CSIRO, you would find that there has been disputes over WiFi due to US editors wanting to be US centric. It isn't going to change while you have editors who object to the fact. Not a simple issue of adding the content.

On Tue, 15 May 2012 03:02:59 +0000, Liam Wyatt wrote:
Hi all,
I've been informed by the National Museum of Australia that they're
really interested in helping to make sure that the important
Australian connection to the history of Wireless LAN [1] and IEEE
802.11 [2] is covered - because currently it's not mentioned at all.
There's a little bit in Wifi#History [3] and also a section at

[4] but I'm not sure that's sufficient. Basically, I reckon that the
WLAN and 802.11 articles seem to be overly US-centric.

 Please advise if you'd like me to put you in touch with a relevant
person at the NMA to help gather sources, but for a start here's their
"collection highlight" record about CSIRO's contribution to the
development of WLAN see:

-Liam [6]
Peace, love & metadata


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