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    Quote Originally Posted by Razoola
    huh, are you sure about that?
    Yes. Quite positive. Go check out one of the disassembly sites. It's been confirmed several times.

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    I have seen one video of a teardown of the Wii. They say 'broadcom BCM4318' is the chip and its a 'b' standard. However looking up that chip with google its clear its actually a 'g' standard so to be honest I dont have much trust in the teardowns I have seen. Can you give me a link to one that you are sure is correct that states is 'b' and not both or 'g'?

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    i've just ran an online speed test one on my server and one on the wii through the wireless the results were

    Server:
    Down / 6769kbps
    Up / 364kbps

    Wii
    Down / 1696kbps
    Up / 225kbps

    judging by the results i would say that the download speed on the wii was too fast for it to be a wireless B connection, although if im wrong am sure someone will let me kno

    Coincidently the page i used was speedtest.net the front end of the applet was flash and ran REALLY badly on the Opera beta hope they have it fixed in the release version
    if anyone wants to add my friends code send me a mail at "the_length@hotmail.com" so i kno cheers!

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    Sorry to go off topic

    But where can i find the nintendo usb wifi?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razoola
    I have seen one video of a teardown of the Wii. They say 'broadcom BCM4318' is the chip and its a 'b' standard. However looking up that chip with google its clear its actually a 'g' standard so to be honest I dont have much trust in the teardowns I have seen. Can you give me a link to one that you are sure is correct that states is 'b' and not both or 'g'?

    Raz
    Correct. The Mitsumi DWM-W004 is really a copy of the Broadcom BCM4318. While the Broadcom device is b/g, they haven't developed g drivers for linux yet. It is possible a future Wii update will enable 802.11g once Broadcom gets off their ass (the entire Linux community has been frustrated wit their slow progress on drivers), but for now it's just b which is why Nintendo says you've got to enable mixed-mode on your AP.

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    stop the bullshit wii is B and G

    GRRRR wII IS B and G i use hercules 802,11GGGGGGGGG wifi transmitter from my laptop works fine al you B user have errors

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    wii is G

    b works to but slower

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    ivandb: You're a wiitard. Come back when you know something about networking.

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    your the idiot using g g g


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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ovQtJt5MP4

    Quote Originally Posted by JKarp
    Yes. Quite positive. Go check out one of the disassembly sites. It's been confirmed several times.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ovQtJt5MP4

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