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In Part 1 of this NTK, I gave an overview of the state of 802.11g development, described the key performance related issues, and offered some advice for prospective purchasers of these not-quite-ready-for-prime-time products.

In this second, and final part of the NTK, I'll go into more detail on the performance differences that you'll find between current Linksys and Buffalo Tech products. I'll also present the results of my first detailed performance tests for products based on Intersil's PRISM GT chipset.

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