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How i get a wireless network.my distance from the wireless is 100meter.what is the solution for this?

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Since your computer is having some problem in getting the signal from your wireless router , you can get a wireless range expander so the signal can reach your computer that is far from the wireless router, you can check this out from Linksys WRE54G...

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A wireless signal in a 802.11b network has a maximum speed of 11 Mbps, and a 802.11g network has a maximum speed of 54 Mbps.

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