802.11g first made it's appearance in 2003. Before Wireless G we had 802.11a and 802.11b. Of those two 802.11b was the most popular. 3 years after the release of 802.11b in 2000, Wireless G was released. 802.11g had faster transfer speeds, 54 Mbit/s 802.11b only got up to 11 Mbit/s. There will still some limitations but with 802.11g wireless networks could finally be used in a home setting as well. Wireless G uses the same frequency, 2.4Ghz, as Bluetooth and microwave ovens. With all these devices working in the same spectrum speeds of 54 Mbit/s where rarely seen. The average speed for 802.11g is usually more around 10 Mbit/s. This guide combines information about Wireless G fro several of Bright Hub's channels.
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