Posted by: Raj Perumal
Hi folks! So with the plethora of mobile devices available, whether it’s a laptop, smart phone or a tablet – we all need wireless.
Not everyone wants to use their data plans for 3G or 4G. So sometimes you need access to a wireless network. However, most networks out their are rocking the good old fashioned b/g standards instead of 802.11n.
Now there isn’t anything wrong with b/g necessarily, but most new devices these days are coming with 802.11n capability so you will want to take advantage of that.
Some of the benefits of 802.11n are the ability to support more simultaneous users, more bandwidth and better performance in areas where b/g typically wouldn’t work as well.
If you are getting lots of complaints about your current wireless networking solution, maybe think about switching over to 802.11n. It will surprise you!