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A single Intel 5300 WiFi chip can utilize 3 streams....
Huh? As I read it, three streams are needed to utilize the full 450Mb/s bandwidth, counting it as one connection. If it is a 1Gb/s router, would that not mean just over two connections are needed to max it out (or just over 6 streams)?
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Do you have anything else to do besides be a grammar nazi and troll?

Sorry my sentence structure isn't up to par.
I do not want to be called grammar nazi but I do get kinda hung up on the "there/their/they're" miss spelling.

But don't jump the douche wagon and call me a troll.

If you can't spell it's your own fault not some others.
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Huh? As I read it, three streams are needed to utilize the full 450Mb/s bandwidth, counting it as one connection. If it is a 1Gb/s router, would that not mean just over two connections are needed to max it out (or just over 6 streams)?
Is 802.11n theortical peak bandwidth per channel or aggregate?
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Is 802.11n theortical peak bandwidth per channel or aggregate?
I have no idea what you're asking me. Something is wrong in that sentence, or you intend to imply something that I am not reading that makes that sentence make sense.
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post #15 of 29
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I have no idea what you're asking me. Something is wrong in that sentence, or you intend to imply something that I am not reading that makes that sentence make sense.
His sentence is correct, but does this help?

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Is 802.11n theortical peak bandwidth per channel, or for all channels combined?
Also, is Intel 5300 (or a cousin) going to be coming to any desktop cards?
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I have no idea what you're asking me. Something is wrong in that sentence, or you intend to imply something that I am not reading that makes that sentence make sense.
I am asking the question....

When a company states the theortical peak bandwidth of a 802.11n device (450Mbps in this case), is that number:
1) 450Mbps per capable device
2) 450Mbps shared among all devices


I think it's #2?
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I am asking the question....

When a company states the theortical peak bandwidth of a 802.11n device (450Mbps in this case), is that number:
1) 450Mbps per capable device
2) 450Mbps shared among all devices


I think it's #2?
Why call it a gigabit device if it can't do a gigabit? From the wording in the article I took it to mean 450Mbps per connection.
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Aha lol, yay my laptop can use it
    
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Why call it a gigabit device if it can't do a gigabit? From the wording in the article I took it to mean 450Mbps per connection.
Usually you try to make your product look as good as possible, by not going into the details of if its per device or across them all; you just use the bigger number. That's why LCD manufacturers push things like dynamic contrast ratio. I would also guess option 2 in DuckieHo's post.
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Why call it a gigabit device if it can't do a gigabit? From the wording in the article I took it to mean 450Mbps per connection.
It has a 1Gb WAN port and a 4x1Gb switch.

All residential gateways/routers that have this a 1Gb wired ports are called "Gigabit Routers". This has been a common term for like 5+ years....
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