These tests are from a DLINK 604t to a dell laptop D620 (intel WLAN)
from about 5m away n the same room
b ONLY = 48% OF 11Mbps = 5.28Mbps b+ = 48% OF 11Mbps = 5.28Mbps mixed = 29% of 36Mbps = 10.44Mbps g only = 40% of 36Mbps = 14.4Mbps g+ = 34% of 54Mbps = 18.36Mbps
Its interesting to see that 802.11b doesn't change no matter what mode you are in,
but 802.11g you get significant throughput increase moving from mixed to g & g+
mmm maybe I should start a forum thread ?
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