Apple says no to 802.11a

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Aron Schatz
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January 9, 2003
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But the g variant is good for them. a and g are basically the same thing, except g is backwards compatible with b. Lots of standards...

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Instead of moving to 802.11a from 802.11b Wi-Fi, many manufacturers are producing gear that uses the 802.11g, analysts say. An 802.11g network is as fast as an 802.11a, and it can be used by anyone with an 802.11b modem in a laptop or personal digital assistant.

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