- Wireless standard operating at 5.4Ghz, and at speeds up to 54Mbps. Provides 6 non overlapping channels
- Wireless standard operating at 2.4Ghz (along with DECT phones and microwave ovens!). Provides up to 11Mbps bandwidth and 3 non overlapping channels
- Wireless standard operating at 2.4Ghz. Provides up to 54Mbps bandwidth and 3 non overlapping channels
- Antenna Gain
- Antenna don't increase the transmission power, but focus the signal more. So instead of transmitting
in every direction (including the sky and ground) antenna focus the signal usually either more horizontally or
in one particular direction. This gain is measured in decibels.
- Receive Sensitivity
- The minimum signal strength required to pick up a signal. Higher bandwidth connections have less receive sensitivity than lower bandwidth connections.
- Signal to Noise Ratio. The number of decibels difference between the signal strength and background noise.
- Transmit Power
- The power usually expressed in mW or db that the wireless device transmits at.
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