WiFi 802.11b/g/n -What EXACTLY DOES /n mean?

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WiFi 802.11b/g/n -What EXACTLY DOES /n mean?

Postby Winski » Apr 29th, '12, 23:09

In the specs of 802.11 /n it's either 2.4 MHz or5.7 MHz selectable OR 2.4 MHz AND 5.7 MHz simultaneously. WHICH is the g-connect device?

I'm looking to add a G-Connect to an 802.11 / n running ONLY at 5.7 ghz ONLY and want to make sure the G-Connect will "Connect'...?

Thanks for you assist in advance.

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Re: WiFi 802.11b/g/n -What EXACTLY DOES /n mean?

Postby Adrian C » Apr 30th, '12, 14:35

Hi Winski,

For 802.11/n the G-CONNECT operates on the 2.4Mhz frequency. The G-CONNECT does not have the ability to select between 2.4Mhz or 5.7Mhz.

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Re: WiFi 802.11b/g/n -What EXACTLY DOES /n mean?

Postby Winski » Apr 30th, '12, 21:10

Thanks... That eliminates the G-Connect from my list.

Ron.

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