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802.11g Speeds Ahead of IT Needs
Posted: 22-Apr-2003 [Source: Computerworld]

[Report forecasts corporate IT administrators should be looking to switch from 802.11b over to a/g by year's end.]

by Robert L. Mitchell -- "To the uninitiated, the evolution of wireless LAN standards might look like an alphabetic soap opera. PC cards and access point hubs based on the 11Mbit/sec. 802.11b WLAN standard were just moving into the mainstream last year when vendors introduced the 54Mbit/sec. technology known as 802.11a. Now vendors are offering a third alternative, 802.11g, which they claim delivers 802.11a speeds over longer distances, while supporting backward compatibility for 802.11b devices -- something 802.11a technology failed to do."


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