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Wireless G & G Plus

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Will a Wireless G Plus Router work with a Wireless G Adapter?
For instance: A Belkin Wireless G+ Router Part # F5D7231-4 & a
Linksys WMP54G PCI Card. I thought G+ and G were compatable but
as I read into it, I am unsure.
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Hello rikirud, and Welcome to Geeks To Go. Personally I think it's just a marketing scheme as I've never heard of a G+. According to the specifications of the part # you gave me the router adheres to the following specification standards for wireless:

  • IEEE 802.11b
  • IEEE 802.11g
With the above specifications, your wireless card should have no problems connecting to this router.

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