My wi-fi device is Ubiquity Bullet M2HP and it's works in AP bridge network mode and it's supports 802.11n. I was reading somewhere that the max speed is achieves when all client devices have 802.11n wireless network adapters. And if at least one of them has 802.11b/g the AP will work in b/g-mode, but not in n-mode. Is that true?
The connection is not waiting for all traffic for 1 user to be sent before switching to another user. These transmissions are in microseconds and don't become noticeable to humans.In my examples I'm being
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