TI to release WLAN software for 802.11a/g access points

IDG News Service |  Mobile & Wireless

Performance will suffer when a WLAN router with TI's software is operated in simultaneous mode, Huang said. Users can expect around 20M bps (bits per second) of bandwidth when connected to either a single 802.11a or 802.11g network, she said. But when the router is supporting clients on both networking technologies, the bandwidth drops to around 10M bps per client, she said.

This is still plenty of bandwidth for most consumers and small businesses that are only connected to the Internet through 1M bps or 2M bps cable modems or DSL (digital subscriber line) connections, Huang said.

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