# Real topological K-theory of cyclic group

Letting $C_n$ be the cyclic group on $n$ elements we know through the use of the Atiyah-Segal completion theorem that $$K^*(BG) = \pi_*(KU)[[t]]/((t+1)^n -1)$$ where $\pi_*(KU)=\mathbb{Z}[u^{\pm 1}]$ with $u$ being the Bott periodicity element in $\pi_2(KU)$. I was wondering if it was possible to do something similar to caluclate real $K$-theory $KO^*(BC_n)$ for cyclic groups of odd order. We can for example use the real representation ring to caluclate $$KO^0(BG) = \mathbb{Z}[[t]]/(tf_n(t))$$ with $f_n(t)$ being some complicated polynomial, but is it necessarily true that $$KO^*(BG) = \pi_*(KO)[[t]]/(tf_n(t))$$ holds?