This assumes that the names assigned to WiFi access points have any relationship to reality.
Do you get your coffee from the Urban Coffee Lounge or the Starbucks before going to Juanita Beach Park, there in Kirkland, WA?
Nope, no relation to reality whatsoever.
Getting your villains confused?
Accordingly, we are adopting the proposal in the NPRM that manufacturers must take steps to prevent unauthorized software changes to their equipment in all of the U-NII bands
That may effectively put an end to all the Linux based APs (DD-WRT, Tomato, OpenWRT, etc.)
Sure, expensive for both parties.
Because the two academic authors merely designed the research and wrote the paper, they would not seem to have been involved, then, in obtaining either data or informed consent.
- idem (original all caps emphasis removed to avoid
Importantly -- and contrary to the apparent beliefs of some commentators -- not all HSR is subject to the federal regulations, including IRB review. By the terms of the regulations themselves, HSR is subject to IRB review only when it is conducted or funded by any of several federal departments and agencies (so-called Common Rule agencies), or when it will form the basis of an FDA marketing application. HSR conducted and funded solely by entities like Facebook is not subject to federal research regulations...
It's been done using a PIN photo-diode. I make no claim that it could be done with a 20 year old consumer camcorder, but there were pro cameras with 1/20,000 shutter speeds available. Whether that applied on a frame or pixel basis, I don't know, so I'm not willing to dismiss the possibility out of hand, as you do. It's believable to me that there were commercially available cameras capable of doing it.