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Wireless B and Wireless G differences
"Eddie" wrote in message
Wireless G is faster right, but that's just when communicating between
computers in your building and makes no difference to broadband speeds?
wireless B you'll still 10 times faster internet yeah? TIA.
if you're thinking of using wireless b then be aware that they can have poor
antenna (which can cause problems if your kit's upstairs for example and
you're downstairs). Take a look at the following article at Toms hardware
if you're thinking of using wireless through more than one wall or over
Basically using an a/b/g or a/b switchable card should provide decent range
(thanks to the better antenna) while future proofing your kit.
Hope this helps
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