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I am getting a notebook with an integrated wireless G network card. Is that going to be backward compatible with wireless B? Can I use the integrated wireless G network card with my existing wireless B router?

Thanks, James.
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by:Pete Long
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Hi jamesalfano,
Yes 54G card will auto negotiate the speed, and can connect at B speed (11Mbps)

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Dear jamesalfano,

I would think yes because G and B share the same frequency of 2.4 Ghz but only that G is 54Mbps and B is 11Mbps

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Sunray
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For your satisfaction proof here

http://compnetworking.about.com/cs/wireless80211/a/aa80211standard.htm

Check the last statement under 802.11 g before the pros and cons

Sunray
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Thaks to both of you!
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by:sunray_2003
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Petelong,

Get your points here ...

http://oldlook-search.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Q_20809092.html

I was just supporting your statement

Sunray
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