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Old 19th April 2004, 21:41   #56
whiteflip
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ugh you are stupid.

802.11g was created to fix the problems of 802.11a which would be its limited range in an indoor environemnt. 5ghz frequencies have trouble going through solid objects. 802.11g has the same throughput as 802.11a and shares the 2.4ghz bandwidth that has the ability to go through walls better and is downgradedable to 802.11b. 802.11a is used for instances that operating in the cluttered 2.4ghz frequency range is not an option.

Unless you have say a 10dbi gain antenna and a fat power source i doubt you would be able to play against a city block let alone a city building. power restraints and antenna designes would limit the range of any portable game device to 30 or so feet.

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