|21 Dec 2009||#2|
802.11g has a nominal data transfer speed of 54Mbps, although in practice it is likely to be closer to 30Mbps. Unless you have an internet connection of 20Mbps or more, the limitations of 802.11g aren't going to impact on your internet download speeds.
In any case, you can test for your self by comparing performance with a "wired" ethernet connection to your router, which will run at 100Mbps.
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