What is 802.11g?

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is a Wi-Fi standard developed by the IEEE for transmitting data over a wireless . It operates on a 2.4 GHz bandwidth and supports data transfer rates up to 54 . 802.11g is backward compatible with , but if there are any 802.11b-based computers on the network, the entire network will have to run at 11 Mbps (the max speed that 802.11b supports).

However, you can configure your 802.11g wireless to only accept 802.11g devices, which will ensure your network runs at its top speed.

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