What is the difference between dual-band Gigabit and dual-band routing?

Dual-band Gigabit refers to the sum of the bandwidth of 2.4 and 5 frequencies is 1000 mbps. The dual-band router only says that the router supports two frequency bands but the speed is not clearly marked.
1. A router is a device that connects to various local area networks and wide area networks in the Internet. It automatically selects and sets routes according to the channel conditions, and sends sig

nals in the order of the best path. The router is the hub of the Internet, "traffic police."

2. At present, routers have been widely used in all walks of life. Products of different grades have become the main force for realizing internal connections of various backbone networks, interconnect
ion between backbone networks, and backbone and Internet interconnection services.

3. Dual-band wireless router refers to a wireless router that works in both 2.4GHz and 5.0GHz bands. Compared with a single-band wireless router, it has a higher wireless transmission rate, has stronger anti-interference, and has stronger wireless signals. , the stability is higher, it is not easy to drop the line. Dual-band wireless routers have become the mainstream development trend of wireless

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