Difference: Wireless (4 vs. 5)

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Wireless routers

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 The current networks associated with the particle-physics group are:

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NETGEAR-admin research building, west corridor
NETGEAR-library research building, library (room 115)
NETGEAR-research research building, main hallway
NETGEAR-student research building, north corridor
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nevis-research-building research building
 
NETGEAR-elec electronics building, lower floor
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mansion-relay Mansion house, first-floor lunchroom
mansion-wireless Mansion house, first-floor sitting room
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nevis-mansion-house Mansion house, first floor and portions of the second floor
  The NETGEAR networks come in two flavors: running at 2.4 GHz, with a maximum throughput of 130 Mb/s, and 5 GHz, with a maximum throughput of 300 Mb/s; the latter flavor has "-5G" appended to the network name. However, as of May-2010, the routers are connected to 100 Mb/s network switches, which means you won't see the maximum wireless speed. For now, the choice between the flavors is largely arbitrary; however, the 2.4G signal strength will probably be greater.
 
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