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 What is a wireless CPE?

Answer The term CPE is short for customer premises equipment, which basically means equipment that resides on the owner's or customer's premises. Wireless CPE is wireless customer premises equipment, or ... Read More »
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Can I use a wireless router to connect a PC (no Wireless Adapter) to a wireless network?

I understand what you are trying to do.Most routers can not be used this way.For some routers (e.g., older LinkSys WRT54G models) you can find third-party alternative firmware (e.g. DDWRT). This a... Read More »
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What is the difference between wireless n draft and wireless n?

The final specs for the 802.11n standard have not as yet been ratified. Draft N refers to the rough draft of the standard, which is subject to change, although the changes at this point will be mi... Read More »
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What Are the Differences Between Wireless G & Wireless N Routers?

Wireless routers are a proven way of building a computer network within your home or office. Being radio-based, the transmitting and receiving network hardware must be able to communicate. The Ethe... Read More »
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