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原帖由: Toon B ,

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Yes and No...

...since the speed of WiFi-N is higher than with WiFi-G, and the range/radius is longer, reception is notably better...

but... you will still have 'dead spots' in your reception...

...so if you have reception problems, you should first try moving your WiFi-reception antenna (i.e. your entire Mac normally) around a few inches...

if you want more in-depth info on the exact location of the 'dead spots' in your WiFi-network, try this software :

http://www.netspotapp.com

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