Which of these wireless standards operate at a theoretical maximum of 54 megabits per second? Pick two.
E) If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.
The answer: A) 802.11a and C) 802.11g
The 802.11a standard was one of the initial 802.11 formats, and it provided a maximum of 54 megabits per second in the 5 GHz range. The 802.11g standard was an upgrade to 802.11b that also provided 54 megabits per second of maximum throughput, but used the 2.4 GHz range.
Want to know more? Watch “An Overview of Wireless Networking Standards.”
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