Mixing Wireless “g” With “n” Range Question

My laptop has built in wireless “g” and I am having problems hitting wireless “g” systems in hotels and such, when I am on a fringe area. I was wondering if anyone would know, for sure, if I used a wireless “n” usb network adaptor, like a Linksys WUSB300N card, on my laptop, would it increase the distance or range that I might be able to get a better connection. The question is, does the “n” unit have better receiving sensitivity when used with a “g” router, than a “g” card in the laptop, or will it just be the same as using the built in “g” card?

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