# wireless speed question 1

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by DanR, May 29, 2005.

1. ### DanRGuest

When calculating the transfer speed between 2 wireless computers do you take
into consideration that one computer is sending data over the network and the
other computer is receiving data over same network. So.. if the network speed
happens to be 20 Mbs is the data being moved at 20Mbs or is each computer
effectively operating at 10Mbs? In other words can each computer talk to the
wireless AP at 20Mbs at the same time?

DanR, May 29, 2005

2. ### JackGuest

Hi
May be this can Help: http://www.ezlan.net/faq#transfer
Jack (MVP-Networking).

"DanR" <> wrote in message
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> When calculating the transfer speed between 2 wireless computers do you

take
> into consideration that one computer is sending data over the network and

the
> other computer is receiving data over same network. So.. if the network

speed
> happens to be 20 Mbs is the data being moved at 20Mbs or is each computer
> effectively operating at 10Mbs? In other words can each computer talk to

the
> wireless AP at 20Mbs at the same time?
>
>

Jack, May 30, 2005