range with wireless n

I'm toying with the idea of getting a wireless-n router, for a couple of reasons. 1. My Linksys wrt54gs intermittently drops my wired computers from the LAN, and 2. I'm wondering if the range of an "n" router would be better. (I'm considering the 300N from Linksys.) My question: must you have an "n" device to get the better range and signal from an n router, or will all of my g devices benefit? Thanks, Mark

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Mark Rathgeber
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On Thu, 10 Jan 2008 10:07:36 -0800 (PST), Mark Rathgeber wrote in :

Probably cause is interference, which might continue to be a problem.


Only _compatible_ per-N devices will benefit.

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John Navas

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