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Seagate Backup Plus Slim External USB 3.0 2TB Hard Drive Review
real world traffic in TCP/IP networks - real world traffic in TCP/IP networks
Thu, May 15 2003 | 5:17PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"All three devices can work at 22Mbs, using the so called 802.11b+ standard. I have just said the "so called standard" because 802.11b+ is not an IEEE adopted standard, but a manufacturers agreed specification. The new IEEE standard that will allow higher speeds in 2.4Ghz band is called 802.11g and it will be available soon. Fortunately the new standard will be backwards compatible with 802.11b and with 802.11b+, so you will be able to use these devices in the future. Of course, you will be limited to the bandwidth offered by current 802.11b technology when interconnecting 802.11g products with old devices. "
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