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Laboratory performance comparison of IEEE 802.11 b, g point-to-point links: a case study

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6 Author(s)
de Carvalho, J.A.R.P. ; Centro de Inf., Univ. da Beira Interior, Covilha, Portugal ; Gomes, P. ; Marques, N. ; Pacheco, C.F.F.R.
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The importance of wireless communications, involving electronic devices, has been growing. Performance is a very important issue. Laboratory measurements are made about several performance aspects of Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 b, g point-to-point links. A contribution is given to performance evaluation of this technology, using two types of access points from Enterasys Networks (RBTR2 and RBT-4102), and wireless routers from Linksys (WRT54GL). Detailed results are presented and discussed, namely at OSI levels 4 and 7, from TCP, UDP and FTP experiments: TCP throughput, jitter, percentage datagram loss and FTP transfer rate.Laboratory

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Applied Electronics, 2009. AE 2009

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9-10 Sept. 2009