11g vs. 11g - Streaming and Max. Throughput
My last set of 11g-only tests mixes the two scenarios by running the streaming script on the Broadcom-based WLAN and the throughput script on the Atheros-based.
This test is intended to emulate the Broadcom Comdex demo (except that it uses two 802.11g WLANs) and determine the level of interference on a video stream from a nearby WLAN that's running as fast as it can go.
The throughput plot for the stream in Figure 16 is significantly more spiky than Figure 9 and the Lost Data plot confirms a higher Data Loss of 0.107%, vs. the 0.041% lost in the stream vs. stream test.
Note, though, that most of the loss comes from one glitch in the stream that occurs shortly after the throughput script starts running.
I didn't run these tests at 30 and 50 feet, because from my previous testing, I knew the interference would be essentially gone for both tests.
Conclusion for round 3:
With the 11g vs. 11g testing out of the way, I moved on to the main event - Super-G vs. Broadcom 11g!