Originally Posted by LunchBB
I'm not a WIFI expert but I think 802.11a is a very old standard. There are 11b, 11g, and 11n is the latest one. It is not necessary 11a be the solution. You only need to get any wifi router that broadcast in 5.8ghz frequency. My current Linksys router support both 2.4ghz and 5.8ghz.
It may be old but much less devices uses the 5.8ghz frequency/bandwidth making it much better than b/g/n/