11g vs. 11g - Maximum Throughput
My second set of 11g-only tests used the same products and same distances. But this time, I used the Chariot Throughput.scr to stimulate both WLANs. This script simply blasts a file between each test pair. I used a 200,000 Byte file size, TCP protocol and no delay between file sends.
Here's the complete list of conditions:
Because this test uses all the bandwidth that each WLAN has to give, the spectrum generated by each WLAN will be maximum width, resulting in a worst-case channel overlap and worst-case interference scenario.
Figure 13 clearly shows that both WLANs suffer from their neighbor running at full-blast . Figures 14 and 15, though, show the interference gone with the WLANs separated by 30 and 50 feet, respectively.
Conclusion for this round: