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Is the WLAN Rate the Upstream or Downstream Rate?

Latest reply: May 19, 2017 03:24:15 1043 1 0 0 0
Is the WLAN Rate the Upstream or Downstream Rate?
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Created May 19, 2017 03:24:15

WLAN rate refers to the wireless rate of data transmissions between APs and STAs or between bridges and downstream nodes. Devices on both ends work in half-duplex mode, that is, they can only receive or send data at a time. The WLAN rate is the sum of upstream and downstream rates. Common users mainly use Internet access services to browse web pages, most of which is downstream traffic. In this case, the WLAN rate refers to the downstream rate.

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