Aug 102012

This is applicable to all of the 802.11 types:

With all wireless/WiFi LAN (WLAN) technologies, actual throughput is at best only about half the published data rate and drops as distance and the number of users per access point increase.  WLANs also face interference from microwaves, mobile phones, Bluetooth devices and even Pentium processors operating in the relatively crowded 2.4-GHz band.  Real throughput can vary tremendously with distance, obstacles and interference, not to mention the nature of the application.

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