understand the difference between Wireless AC vs Wireless N

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wireless-ac-vs-n-titleAfter the introduction of 802.11ac Wi-Fi, NETGEAR has introduced many 802.11ac Wi-Fi routers like NETGEAR JR6150AC750.As it is a new standard router, many people don’t know about it. So, we are here to tell you the difference between them.

Since the beginning of wireless networking, many improvements have been made to make it faster and more reliable. Till now, 4 generations have been introduced. 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n and 802.11ac, ac being the fastest and b the slowest. 802.11ac have been released and is successor to 802.11n. So, we will now compare them to know which one you should be using.

IEEE 802.11n:

It was introduced in 2009 and is the successor to 802.11g standard. It supports 5 GHz bands which 802.11g lacks. It also supports multiple-input multiple-output which means it can handle many requests at once and can respond to them. It also has a high transfer speeds from54 Mbps to 600 Mbps. As it supports both 2.4 and 5 GHz, people have freedom to choose between the two according to their need.

IEEE 802.11ac:

It was introduced in December 2013 and is a successor to 802.11n. It introduced faster transfer speeds with the help of more spatial streams. It also supports multiple user-MIMO which means that it can handle and respond to multiple requests coming from multiple users making it more reliable. It also supports Beamforming mechanism. What it does is that it beams the signals towards the device from which it is connected to instead of uniformly distributing the signals in all the angles. Since it only supports 5 GHz bands and not 2.4GHz, it has trouble when there are too many obstacles around, but the beamforming technique works pretty well and overcomes this problem. But still many devices are not compatible since it only supports 5 GHz band.

Conclusion:

If you have a large place and/or old devices, 802.11n will be a better option than 802.11ac since it supports 2.4GHz bands which supports old devices as well as has better range due to low frequency with can go through the walls and other objects easily. You can buy NETGEAR WNR612 N150 as it is an 802.11n router and will match all your needs

But if you have mall place and/or new devices with lots of them working at the same time, 802.11ac will be the best due to its high bandwidth and support for multiple user-MIMO. Since it uses only 5GHz band, the disturbance will be very rare as it is a very wide band which is not crowded. You can buy NETGEAR JR6150 AC750 router as it is a 802.11ac router and it will match all of your recommendations.

If you still have trouble deciding what NETGEAR router you should buy, fell free to contact NETGEAR tech support available 24×7. Users can get in touch with the Netgear Tech Support team via web chat or email as well. Call them on their Netgear tech support contact number at 1-888-479-2017 (Toll free)

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