Blog2004 ≫ one last question i wanted to check

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the ipaqs all work on the 802.11b standard...if i have a wireless router at home which runs the 802.11g standard, will it work on that?

...i suppose this is more of a question on routers really...the router is backwards compatible, but im wondering if i have my router up and running, connecting to another computer via 802.11g, will the router also be able to deal with the ipaq at the same time?


💬 Apparently yes

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