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B/G/N

Discussion in 'Wireless' started by MrWorldWarrior, Sep 4, 2009.

  1. MrWorldWarrior

    MrWorldWarrior New Member

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    I have wireless adapter is G, Then may router wireless is N -distend is 10mtr
    but i get 60 mbps exelent.
    Which want is more stronger? G or N
     
  2. soundian

    soundian Gigabyte Poster

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    I assume you mean:
    I have an 802.11G wireless adapter. My router is 802.11N. The distance between them is 10 meters.
    But I get a really strong signal with 60mbps?
    Which one is faster? G or N?

    I believe the 802.11G standard specifies a maximum data rate of 54 mbps, so how you can be getting 60 mbps with a 802.11G adapter is a bit of a mystery to me. You can only go as fast as your weakest link.
    B should be 11 mbps, G 54 mbps and N 600 mbps (all maximum data transfer rates)
     
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  3. MrWorldWarrior

    MrWorldWarrior New Member

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    thank you
     

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