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Author Topic: Replacement High Gain Aerials??  (Read 11639 times)

nrms

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Re: Replacement High Gain Aerials??
« Reply #15 on: December 11, 2008, 12:56:34 AM »

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DIR-855's dlinkmedia 5.0GHz 802.11g channel connected to the Intel 4965AGN wireless card in my dell laptops.

That was, of course, simply a typo. I mean't 802.11n.

The dlinkmedia 5.0GHz 802.11n channel routinely transfers files at 90-100 Mbps in my installation, according to the Network rate display on the dir-855 (unless that is the dLink method of measuring throughput is as flawed as that in windows). Flawed it may be, but measurement of file transfer speed in windows is the only way I have of gaining at least a comparative indication of how fast something is performing.  When streaming bluray it is lower at about 40-60 Mbps using the same display.

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