My spin: Why not go with both as I’ve done in my office…802.11a and 802.11b (and the D-Link access point I have even can go to “go”).
News Clip: IT managers shopping for wireless LANs face a confusing array of standards and choices. Do they take the popular route and opt for an 802.11b network, hoping their equipment will not become obsolete as network needs expand? Or do they go for the faster data rates and higher frequency of 802.11a, confident that interference will not be an issue?…(full story)
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