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What does the speed refer in wireless G 54-Mbps

What does the 54Mbps refer to? I know it's not the sync speed and i know the max speed possible for sync speed in ADSL2+ is 24Mbps, so what does the 54MBps for wireless G or 300mbps for wireless N refer to??

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It's maximum throughput of wireless network.
You can find a deep discussion on the subject with any search online or here

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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