Question about Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console
Does the ps3 pick up wireless N band signals from the N band routers.
In order for your PS3 to connect to a wireless network, the router itself will need to be compliant with either the 802.11b or 802.11g legacy Wi-Fi standard. If you're not sure if a given 802.11n router is compatible with either of these previous standards, I'd strongly suggest contacting the manufacturer for more information. Generally, you should be able to find a full detailed list of the wireless standards that any given router is compatible with by visiting the manufacturer's website.
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