Severe throughput loss in the 11g WLAN can occur up to 30 feet away and significant throughput loss may still be seen around 50 feet. Throughput for Broadcom 11g 2Mbps stream vs Atheros Super-G throughput – 10ft click on the image for a full-sized view Figure Contrast this picture with the situation shown in Figure 3. Feedback on justopeshop from others who bought this item. This figure has the same scale as Figure 2 , but shows signals in the “non-overlapping” channels 1, 6 and You are logged in as.

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A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging where packaging is applicable. Here’s the complete list of conditions: These results 802.111 seem to more strongly support Broadcom’s assertions than Atheros’ counter-arguments, since under most of the same test conditions, two 11g WLANs don’t interfere with each other, but Super-G and 11g WLANs do.

In it, I’ll show that looking at just Broadcom-based 11g vs.

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My first round of tests were run with the following conditions: Your message has been reported and will be reviewed by our staff. Atheros has not released its own Super-G White paper. Figure 4 shows an composite spectrum analyzer screen shot, supplied by Atheros, of Expedited Delivery International Priority Shipping.

Figures 20 and 21 show Lost Data at 30 feet and 50 feet, coming in at 0. Add to Watch list Watching Watch list is full. United Kingdom and many other countries See details.

The issue the amount of overlap. Broadcom’s Comdex demos focused on showing two Super-G behaviors that Broadcom says are the root of the problem:.

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Part 2 – The Real World Draft Wireless 802.1 management company Cirond argues that there are actually four channels 1, 4, 8, 11 that can be used for The yellow shaded area represents the power from channel 2’s signal that overlaps into channel 1’s main lobe the largest “hump” and also the frequency band that contains most of the signal’s power.

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When Super-G drops back to normal 11g near the end of the run, you can see throughput come back up to 2Mbps and Data Loss drop to zero, f we saw in the 11g-only testing. Since 11b and g channels are on 5MHz spacings, two channels right next to each other 1 and 2 for example would overlap as shown in Figure 2.


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Email to friends Share on Facebook – opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter – opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest – opens in a new window or tab Add to Watch list. Read more about the condition. Atheros has said that Broadcom is harping on something common to all As I described in my Comdex coverage, the short story is that Broadcom is asserting that Atheros’ Super-G based products will interfere with neighboring Now if all the energy of the transmitted signal actually were contained within a 20 or 22MHz band, the definition of “non-overlapping” might be simpler.

If the item comes direct from a manufacturer, it may be delivered in non-retail packaging, such as a plain or unprinted box or plastic bag. Severe throughput loss in the 11g WLAN can occur up to 30 feet away and significant throughput loss may still be seen around 50 feet. Since this feature is part of the

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