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If you have ever read any review on wireless comms, or indeed you have bought some wireless kit in the past. You will be aware that when it says 11Mbps on the box, your real world rates are very much less than that. We are talking with a good signal, a 11Mbps card will probably only reach 4-5Mbps. The reason is to do with the medium, i.e radio waves. With a wired network like you traditional Ethernet based LAN, the amount of errors that occur down the line either induced by collisions or by noise are relatively small.
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