A customer of us wants to combine a 802.11g and 802.11n WiFi network.
A 802.11n AP can go up to 300 meters, a 802.11g can go up to 100 meters. What happens if a laptop with 802.11g card want to connect from 200 meters. Does this work or does the latop be in the range of 100 meters.
When I mesure the network based on the g standard, there might be some holes in covering the area for the 802.11n. What happens if a laptop with a 802.11n card is in this hole. Does the laptop go to the 802.11g standard? What happens if a laptop with 802.11n card connects on a 802.11n AP and walkes into an hole in de grid. Does the laptop switch to the 802.11g standard?
What happens if two laptops, one with the 802.11g and one with the 802.11n card connect to the same AP. Will the troughput for the 802.11n laptop be higher than the laptop with a 802.11g card or wil the AP downgrade to the 802.11g standard for both laptops?