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What Is A Good Ping Time?


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Badbass, I really think you need to start doing some research on the Internet before you ask a question.

Its not a matter of tuning to get 802.11n at 150Mb/s(tuneable indicates a frequency). Do you know if the AP supports 802.11n?

Chances are if your getting that ping time with both aerials then the limitation is either your wifi card or more likely the AP your connecting too. Even if the AP supports 802.11n, there will be other people connected to it so the connection speed will decrease as the amount of clients increases.Even other AP's can interfere with the AP your connecting to, thus reducing the connection speed.

Sorry to sound harsh, but read up on wifi. Google is your friend with very basic questions like this. Hope this helped to answer your question.

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