Ensuring 802.11n and 802.11a/b/g Compatibility

WLAN administrators will certainly appreciate 802.11n’s backward compatibility with their existing STAs. But at what price this compatibility? There’s no doubt that 802.11n delivers significant improvements—but just how much of this improvement is actualized when coexistence and protection mechanisms are in use? Download this white paper for a detailed look at the impact of coexistence on 802.11n data rate and throughput.
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