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Belkin N1 Wireless Router: Neighbor-Friendly but Flawed Draft 11n

Belkin N1Tim Higgins finds Belkin's Atheros-based entry into the draft 11n WLAN sweepstakes takes a step forward, but a few backward, too.

Et Tu, Wi-Fi Alliance?

Think yesterday's announcement about draft 11n product certification was a shocker? Tim Higgins thinks its just all about the Benjamins.

Video Streaming Need To Know: Part 2 - The Real World

In the final Part 2 of this tutorial, Tim Higgins finds truth and lies about wireless streaming.

Video Streaming Need To Know: Part 1- Encoding, Bit Rates and Errors

Consumer networking vendors are constantly pitching us to stream video wirelessly around our homes. In Part 1 of this tutorial, Tim Higgins looks at what it takes to mess up networked video.

Wi-Finding Duo: ZyXEL AG-225H And TRENDnet TEW-509UB

Wherever you go, there's a wireless hotspot nearby... or is there? We look at two finger-sized Wi-Fi finders from ZyXEL and TrendNET that can answer that question with no notebook required.

D-Link DSM-520: Flexible digital media player with HDMI

Jim Buzbee finds a lot to like in D-Link's HD digital media player, despite reoccurring hassles with MP3 files that have album art.

Yes, the Linksys WRT54G V5 Really Is a Lousy Router

Linksys WRT54GUser forums around the web have been abuzz with complaints about the non-Linux version of one of Linksys' most popular products. Tim Higgins tested it and the WRT54GL Linux-based version and found at least one reason why the V5 has so many unhappy buyers.

Wireless Networking Need To Know 2006

It's been a few years since our first Wireless Need to Know series and lots has changed. Hence, our freshly updated 2006 version.

MetaGeek Wi-Spy 2.4 GHz Spectrum Analyzer

When we first heard about a 2.4GHz spectrum analyzer for $99 bucks, we thought it couldn't be real. But it turns out that MetaGeek's Wi-Spy works well enough that it will probably cut into sales of the higher-priced stuff.

Netgear WPNT834 RangeMax 240 Wireless Router

We have seen the future of high speed wireless and it's not all bright. Tim Higgins drills down deep into what makes the Netgear RangeMax 240 Wireless Router tick and finds some things that don't bode well for current owners of 802.11b/g gear.

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