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Wireless B and Wireless G differences



 
 
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Old August 2nd 03, 07:40 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Graham in Melton
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Default Wireless B and Wireless G differences

Correct - the additional bandwidth is only useable LAN side as your WAN
connection is much smaller.

On 2/8/03 5:08 pm, in article , "Eddie"
wrote:

Wireless G is faster right, but that's just when communicating between
computers in your building and makes no difference to broadband speeds? with
wireless B you'll still 10 times faster internet yeah? TIA.



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Old August 2nd 03, 07:48 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
HamMan
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Default Wireless B and Wireless G differences


"Graham in Melton" wrote in message
...
Correct - the additional bandwidth is only useable LAN side as your WAN
connection is much smaller.

On 2/8/03 5:08 pm, in article , "Eddie"
wrote:

Wireless G is faster right, but that's just when communicating between
computers in your building and makes no difference to broadband speeds?

with
wireless B you'll still 10 times faster internet yeah? TIA.




I'm getting a shady feeling that usenet is one giant quiz


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Old August 2nd 03, 09:39 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Keith Roberts
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Default Wireless B and Wireless G differences

HamMan wrote:
"Graham in Melton" wrote in message
...
Correct - the additional bandwidth is only useable LAN side as your
WAN connection is much smaller.

On 2/8/03 5:08 pm, in article ,
"Eddie" wrote:

Wireless G is faster right, but that's just when communicating
between computers in your building and makes no difference to
broadband speeds? with wireless B you'll still 10 times faster
internet yeah? TIA.




I'm getting a shady feeling that usenet is one giant quiz


What is the prize - and what if I get caught cheating


 




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