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Intel 4965AGN Problems

2008-07-23, 22:14 PM
Intel won't support OEM 4965AGN card in lenovo laptops, they don't connect to LINKSYS base stations in N mode.
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Re: Intel 4965AGN Problems

2008-07-24, 8:41 AM

Not sure exactly what you mean, maybe you could provide a little more information?

 

Searching the forum using "4965agn linksys" I found, amongst others, this thread which may be source of information for you.

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Re: Intel 4965AGN Problems

2008-07-24, 10:55 AM

Raphael wrote:


Intel won't support OEM 4965AGN card in lenovo laptops, they don't connect to LINKSYS base stations in N mode.


 

The 4965AGN is compliant with the IEEE 802.11n draft 2 standard and will only connect in 802.11n ~270Mbps mode with a dual band (2.4GHz and 5GHz) router, such as a Linksys WRT600N/610N. 

 

4965AGN cards will only connect with single band 802.11n routers, such as the Linksys WRT350N, in a "Super-G" like mode at up to ~130Mpbs.

 

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Re: Intel 4965AGN Problems

2008-07-24, 11:36 AM
Errr ... does that mean that the 'N' mode of the 4965AGN is basically worthless? Please enlighten me.
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