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Now I got broadband up and running, then I connected via LAN and got 100mbps. net, when I switch to Wireless LAN I only got 54mbps. Anyone can help me to get 100mbps. wireless or is it possible? TY
 

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Get a Wireless N card 802.11n and you will get speed up to 300 Mbps. What is the speed of your Internet connection anyway?
 

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Yes it is possible, but you have to use Wireless N (I don't know if G MIMO goes any faster than 54).
 

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Now I got broadband up and running, then I connected via LAN and got 100mbps. net, when I switch to Wireless LAN I only got 54mbps. Anyone can help me to get 100mbps. wireless or is it possible? TY
54mbps is exactly correct for wirelessG. But I doubt your internet connection is more than 5mbps anyhow so the only thing you will notice will be some latency (time it takes for the first bits to get to the other side). Wireless usually has higher latency.
 

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Now I got broadband up and running, then I connected via LAN and got 100mbps. net, when I switch to Wireless LAN I only got 54mbps. Anyone can help me to get 100mbps. wireless or is it possible? TY
If you check with your ISP, I bet your download and upload speed isn't near wireless G's 54MBps cap :p
 

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Get a Wireless N card 802.11n and you will get speed up to 300 Mbps. What is the speed of your Internet connection anyway?
I have 3mbps/800kbps. , I am subscribing to Hawaiian Telecom (Yeah now I'm in Hawaii) and I have 802.11 a/b/g Wireless LAN
 

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1gb = 128MB/s (131,072) (TCP overhead included makes it 100MB/s)
100mb = 12.5MB/s (12,800) (TCP overhead included makes it 10MB/s)
54mb = 6.85MB/s (6,912) (TCP overhead included makes it 5MB/s)

11mb = 500-700KB/s
 

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I only see that 802.11n the signal range was broadened significantly (very convenient for home/office).The transfer speed was also improved but not to the speed of 100mbps (I mean in real transfer speed) and not enough for HD movie.So gigaLAN is the only choice.
 

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802.11n will reach max speeds of 600mbits.

which we should see later this year.,
 
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