Is spending the money to upgrade just a waste of money when the will do the exact same thing for me? The has two antennas. Log in or Sign up. Also I can’t tell any difference running my with 2 or 3 antennas. When you’re trying to correct me stick to correcting what I said will you? For example, the Intel is a lot cheaper buying new and installing yourself anyway:
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Intel wireless addvanced-n vs advanced n vs ultimate n Discussion in ‘ Networking and Wireless ‘ started by laststopDec 6, Wireless N has maximum throughput of mbps per antenna. Share This Page Tweet.
Is spending the money to upgrade just a waste of money when the will do the exact same thing for me? Two antennas are more or less required since Chances are the will be more than sufficient so you should just go with that. TrottelDec 6, My problem is i have the option of upgrading to the for 35 dollars and the for 65 dollars.
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Meaker Sager Dec 22, Yes I agree- third antenna is pretty much useless at this point. My apartment is not that big.
Yes, my password is: For example, the Intel is a lot cheaper buying new and installing yourself anyway: However if it now or ever turns out to not be enough, you can always upgrade it.
Just 1 floor and my router is in the center of the apartment. Your name or email address: So if you only have a mbps router, you might get a bit more but cenhrino knows. Log in or Sign up. Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades. I dont wanna spend extra money for no reason ya know. Similar Threads – Intel wireless So I stand by what I said-you won’t see any difference with or without your third antenna until you try one of two mbps routers available on the market.
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So far I have read the spec sheets and I know what the differences of 1000/ultimate-m are spec wise. Intels MIMO technology has some sort of ‘smart’ antenna feature, which uses the 3rd antenna even if there are only 2 streams available.
Also I can’t tell any difference running my with 2 or 3 antennas.
6200/wireles-sn The has two antennas. Or is 1 antenna really bad and will my connection drop a lot even if im only 7 feet from my router. I think you are right though. Check smallnetbuilder, maybe someones done a benchmark. No, create an account now. Discussion in ‘ Networking and Wireless ‘ started by laststopDec 6, I’m just trying to figure out if this is complete money in the trash.
The farthest I am ever away from the router is probably 20 feet and when im doing the bulk of my work im probably only feet away from the router so the signal will be very strong will I even need more then 1 antenna to keep a 6200/wireleds-n connection when im so close to the router?
When you’re trying to correct me stick to correcting what I said will you?
The only other use of the third antenna is MIMO that doesn’t really work- at least not in a way that allows it to be objectively verified.