Wireless N question

  FatboySlim71 19:55 27 Aug 10
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I believe that one of the advantages of Wireless N is an improved/longer wireless range.

At present I have the Netgear DG 834G V3. Would I be able to use a Wireless N router and get the extended range from it, if I did not install a WIRELESS N LAPTOP CARD.

Thanks in advance.

  FatboySlim71 20:00 27 Aug 10

Further to my last question.

I also connect my iPhone wirelessly to my router.
The iPhone specs show:

802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi (802.11n 2.4GHz only)

Would a Wireless N router give me an extended range when I would be using my iPhone with it?

  mgmcc 20:05 27 Aug 10

If the Laptop's Wireless Network Adapter is 802.11g, it won't gain any advantages of 802.11n by connecting it to an 802.11n Router.

The iPhone, however, should benefit from being connected to an 802.11n Router.

  FatboySlim71 20:39 27 Aug 10

Thanks mgmcc for the help, its much appreciated.

The wireless network adapter was in the laptop from new, so I would guess it WILL NOT be 802.11n.

At least I know now that the iPhone, could make use of the Wireless N, i.e. extended range.

Thanks again for the help.

  mgmcc 21:46 27 Aug 10

There is, of course, nothing to prevent you from plugging a USB 802.11n adapter into the Laptop. I have one of these incredibly small adapters for my Laptop, which doesn't have WiFi built-in. click here

  FatboySlim71 21:49 27 Aug 10

Thanks for the link, I'll bookmark it.

  FatboySlim71 21:49 27 Aug 10

Thanks for the link, I'll bookmark it.

thanx for your post

Wireless N router give me an extended range when I would be using my iPhone with it?

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