PCI Wireless Router (Gosh this is Making me mad >:()

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I've been wondering aruond on the internet (56K) for day looking for a FAST wireless Router. the reson i need wireless is because my DSL (SBC 756k) is in my living room. and my newest computer in in the garage. (bout 3 walls inbetween) will this PCI router work at full speed? I want to connect at the FULL 756kbs.

NETGEAR WG311T 108 Mbps Wireless PCI Adapter

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Bear in mind that, as you said, your max speed is apparently 756kbps, even the slowest wireless speeds (11MBit) are going to be much much faster than your broadband connection.

So, why do you need 108mbit, when your internet speed is about 1/150th of that? :)
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Features:

* Up to 108 Mbps to your desktop PC with a compatible router, resulting in 10x the speed of 802.11b
* 802.11g standard compliance; interoperable with existing 802.11b and 802.11g networks
* New antenna technology allows greater range than ever before
* Secure your wireless network using 40/64-bit & 128-bit WEP encryption
* Plug and Play PCI Network Adapter installs quickly and easily

and plus,like Axe said..you wont get anywhere near that unless you want to run a CAT5 cable to it then you will get faster...
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How fast in 1mbs? will a 54mbs connect a 756k+?...
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1000 bytes in a KB - 1000KB's in a MB - 1000MB's in a GB...and so on...54MB's is 54,000KB's...i am tired so i hope that is right,lol....

i think it is...
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well seems logical...i guess i'll get this http://www.techforless.com/cgi-bin/tech ... pc=froogle

THANKS PPLZ :)
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i have the model up from that the 834GT, with the same pci card, and they work perfectly. though netgear has just released a brand new router which has very good wireless, 100% signal for up to 50m apparently...

Netgear WPN824 Rangemax Wireless Router
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Actually, Network traffic is usually measured im MegaBITS (Mb) and KiloBITS (Kb) not MegaBYTES (MB) and KiloBYTES (KB).
The 108Mbps wireless card can transmit and receive at 13,824 KB per second. Your 756Kbps DSL connection is only 94.5 KB per second, so the wireless card can take full advantage of your DSL speed.

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