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    the original AirPort card
    (802.11b). does it connect to wireless G routers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeVeN
    (802.11b). does it connect to wireless G routers?
    Yes, 802.11g routers are backwards compatible with 802.11b devices.
    Will your 802.11b item run at the increased speeds?... no, it won't. It can only run at the speed it was designed for.

    So yes it will work, just not at the 54Mbps speed.
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    ok thanks. the "b" had me confused.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeVeN
    ok thanks. the "b" had me confused.
    802.11b = 11 Mbps

    802.11g = 54 Mbps


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