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Can this card be compatible with wirelessG 54mbps modem router?

I was wondering whether the Netgear WG311T 108Mbps Wireless G Turbo would be compatible, that is receive the signal perfectly from a standard wireless G 54Mbps modem router(Netgear DG834G)??

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Yes ma'am, that card will be fine.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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