Buying a Wireless Router

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Router types 802.11 "b", "g" , "n" "a"


Differences:
                       "b" first generation router -very slow speed you will need to upgrade
                        "g"  single band- operating  2.4GHhz   
                         "n"  dual band - selectable model - operating  5 GHz  or  2.4 GHZ
                          "a"  dual band - simultaneous model capable to transmit on
                                 5GHz and 2.4 GHz
A simultaneous "n" router can operate on both frequencies at the same time.
Look for selectable or simultaneous models to suit your internet speeds.
Before purchasing a router please consider first your ISP's  internet connectivity.
"g" device delivers a maximum speed of 54 Mbps and
"n"  device  under most conditions deliver a maximum speed of 100 Mbps with a capacity of 300 Mbps depending on your ISP's  performance.
Still a faster wireless router will without a doubt  increase the speed of your network.


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