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Comparing Wireless N (IEEE 802.11n) and Wireless G (IEEE 802.11g) Standards in Terms of Performance and Reliability

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Executive Summary

After the emergence of IEEE 802.11, Wi-Fi has made a big impact on the wireless network environment. With decent data rate available lately at low cost, implementation of wireless networks are growing all over the place. To deliver bandwidth of around 54 Mbps, 802.11g was released. This paper seeks to compare wireless N (802.11n) and wireless G (802.11g) standards in terms of performance and reliability. Since security cannot be overemphasized when dealing with Wireless LAN, this paper also looks at the security implementation of these standards.

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