In our school we've adopted a cheap & cheerful approach to wireless networking, using Belkin WAPs. Performance is pretty good, though there can be a bit of a problem if class sets of laptops all try to log on at the same time. Starting the laptops in Workstation only mode, then logging into the network when access is needed to home directory etc. works pretty well.
My local network installation man has been singing the praises of Netgear WG302 WAPs, calling them "proper enterprise class APs that will give a good result on a heavily loaded network".
My question is this - is it really worth spending over £150 for a WAP compared with £30 for Belkin? Will a whole class be able to log on at the same time with no problems?
Any comments would be welcome.