07-15-2012, 05:32 AM
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Join Date: Jul 2012
Originally Posted by byaifunb
i was wondering if there was a difference between a wireless n antenna and a wireless g antenna for the 2.4-2.5 GHz range (not 5GHz)?
i think a wireless g antenna would work just as well as a wireless n antenna (for the 2.4GHz range, not 5) and vice versa...
802.11n is no a different from 802.11g. different 802.11n is the same as 802.11g but with higher data rate. So you can support 802.11n on 802.11g band (2.4 GHz) and you can still use the same antenna with no difference.
802.11n is also supported on 802.11a band (5 GHz). 802.11n supported on 802.11a uses the same antenna that 802.11a uses because it is the same as 802.11a but with higher data rate and the frequency still the same.