I’m aware that Atheros is using “Super” G and not “Turbo”. Better antennas will almost always get you a better signal instead of messing with tweaks. Is it for real or bullshit. Likewise the stations that happen to be out of My experience thus far is that the manufacturers go and say it’s there built in because Atheros claims it’s there but they dont provide support for it or a means to test and verify it’s there.
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That is purly my speculation from what I atneros read in how the two technologies can cooexist happily. My verification tests all so far have shown failure of XR mode to work.
Is Atheros XR extended range mode supported? As the regular CTS frames have the receiver address set, there is no confusion who won the access to the medium.
xr – Atheros XR Support Enable/Disable
EOC needs around dbm to recieve Board index All times are UTC. Mon Jun 14, Although that is the primary way You can also increase range by using better equipment.
I’ve not read a single account on the Internet of someone xxr testing it and observing it to work.
As well as getting improvements from other places like you had suggested. All support XR mode per the documentation on the Atheros website.
And it has been swept under the rug. XR would have been nice if it had been for real. I’m aware that Atheros is using “Super” G and not “Turbo”. But there are some specific examples of enabling XR that I have not seen anywhere else yet so this is good!
All of the Atheros “G” chipsets seem to claim XR mode capable when I look any of them up on Atheros’ website and read the spec.
The AP then sends XR beacons and any multicast frames including broadcast. The XR clients’ associate and authenticate using the same mechanism. Windows atheros client connection status. To improve performance, instead of polling every XR client, a contention based medium access method is used. Atneros get no joy at all atheors pointing out that you are incorrect. Please see my inline screenshot http: Nobody I’ve talked with knows anything about or has ever seen this work.
But we are talking about the chips that do and all of this equipment that has Atheros chips that supposedly do actually support it.
Configuring Atheros XR (NSM Procedure) – Technical Documentation – Support – Juniper Networks
Even with windows atherros and commercially available “extended range” products that supposedly have it. And quarterchannel mode 5MHz does not work with Fri Jun 18, 2: But still no actual reports of testing of K mode from anyone. My experience thus far is that the manufacturers go and say it’s there built in because Atheros claims ahheros there but they dont provide support for it or a means to test and verify it’s there.
Whereas the same chipset in Out of frustration and persistence I am now in direct contact with Atheros on my questions about XR mode. You can try and increase the power output, not sure how to do this with Gargoyle, but atheroos also increases noise as well. Yes I have actually created a ‘noise free’ test environment by driving out to an unpopulated unpowered area and did free space testing on battery powered stuff using NETGEAR branded commercially available off-the-shelf “rangemax” equipment.
Meaning more sensitive and selective recievers in hardware and in DSP.
It would have been interesting to atehros that working for long DX links and longer reach to client cards outdoors as this is the enviroment I play in often. It would be nice if it were actually documented in how it really works.