Wi-fi g+n — possible?

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As far as I know, currently the use of wireless access points based on 802.11 it is possible either only in the mode of g (as a variant — b+g) or n mode. But such a situation has arisen when it is necessary to use simultaneously two standards, due to the fact that at the same time and you want to support old devices and use the network at a good distance from the location of the access point.

Question 1: do market solutions that address this problem?
Question 2: does anyone have any experience of using the two adapters simultaneously, but in different modes and is in close proximity to each other?

PS: also requires a USB port on the router (one of them), to connect the Winchester and raising the torrent client later using it as storage.
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Mode 2.4 GHz 802.11 n backward compatible with 802.11 b/g.
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1 Yes
2 Netgear is a good homemade solution with USB
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1. I have a Dlink 825 (G+N) all plows normally
2. him caught at the same time Mac (N) + Lenovo S10 (G) + iPhone (G) + Lenovo T400 (N) — everything works nothing is in conflict

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