802.11g is a Wi-Fi standard that has been developed through a wireless network to transmit data via IEEE .

It operates in a 2.4 GHz bandwidth and supports data transfer rates up to 54 Mbps. 802.11g is backward compatible with 802.11b hardware , but if any 802.11b-based computers are present in the network , then the entire network has to run at 11 Mbps (this is the maximum speed that 802.11b supports). .

But if you want, you can reconfigure your 802.11g wireless router so that they only accept 802.11g devices, which ensure that your network runs at its top speed.