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A technician will install a Wi-Fi network using standard omnidirectional antennae. Because of the building's layout, the technician's primary criterion is to send signals as far as possible. Which standard should they adhere to?

A 802.11n.

The default range of the Wi-Fi standards indicated is around 70 meters indoors and 250 meters outdoors. 802.11ac is newer and quicker than 802.11n, however it only broadcasts in the 5 GHz range, limiting its functional distance. 802.11a, which is legacy and operates at 5 GHz, could only deliver a signal approximately 30 meters, and 802.11g, which is also legacy but operates at 2.4 GHz, could only send a signal about 50 meters.

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