I’d probably look for 3. Plus not all “N” are the same. Older routers had performance issues that just don’t apply to newer routers. If I could find an “N” card for the D, I think it would fix the problem, but I haven’t been able to find one. These things are amazing and can have very long range in areas that don’t have interference.
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Dell wireless with Broadcom BCM chip, and 2.
Also, I’d avoid the “nub” wifi USB adapters. If I could find an “N” card for the D, I think it would fix the problem, but I haven’t been able to find one. You’ll need dlel systematically address each point to get the best possible performance. Looks like they really just want folks to disable the internal wifi adapter and use USB adapters.
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I will look into some of your recommendations. Plus not all “N” are the same. May 19th, 1. Older routers had performance issues that just don’t apply to newer routers. Results 1 to 3 of 3.
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It is only recent wifi solutions – “AC” – which don’t have that issue to the same extent. Use that link above.
I don’t know if “dual band” means it runs faster.
So now I am looking for recommendations on the fastest “G” card for the D Also, drivers could be slowing my wifi down. Any help, opinions, etc would be much appreciated. These things are amazing and can have very long range in areas that don’t have interference. There are many different areas where wifi fails.
In addition, does anybody know if the linux driver would drive the card, if I bought one???? Does anybody know if there are faster oatitude for either my Broadcom card, or my Intel card???? Oddly, the 2inch USB sticks get warm, not hot, and seem to last much longer.
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I’ve found that staying with HW that has direct, good, built-in kernel support for anything I want to accomplish is the best solution. The part number makes the card appear older than the BCM, so I don’t know what to think.
Turns out “N” can be 75Mbps – Mbps My current cards for the two computers are 1. The router would be the 1st place I fixed. Latitudw for Linux almost never come with any hardware.
Does anybody know of faster “BG” cards????????? Of course, the client-side doesn’t do anything to fix router-side issues. May 21st, 3. Time for a new router and WAP? A D is pretty old. Would this card be faster?
You get the idea.