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What is the maximum range I can use my wireless network at and what speeds will I get?

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Since wireless networking uses radio frequencies to communicate between your computers and networks, the maximum distance that 802.11b can operate depends on environmental factors that will affect your network: 802.11b Typical Outdoor Coverage Area 802.11b Typical Indoor Coverage Area 590' 11Mbps 50' 11Mbps 984' 5.5Mbps 125' 5.5Mbps 1476' 2Mbps 150' 2Mbps 1800' 1Mbps 200' 1Mbps

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