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I learning networking and need to know about 802.11 n signal range, can you help me with right solution?

The best 802.11n signal can travel approximately how far?

A) 1 mile
B) 1/2 mile
C) 1/4 mile
D) 300 feet

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Solution:

As per my experience and knowledge 

The correct answer is: ​¼ mile
  
Hope this might help you.

 

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