1 minute ago, Carlos1010 said:
Here are some questions I have about Linus' newly posted video about the 60GHZ band. (sorry if they sound a little nooby);
1.When you want to extend the signal to a wireless access point, will the access point itself run on 60GHz and the same internet speed or will something change?
2.Will the speed of your internet signal be bottle necked if your wireless internet card that you have on your PC can only handle a certain speed that is lower than the speed your router is giving?
3.When you receive your internet through a Ethernet cable, you don't have to worry about what generation your router is right? (ex. 802.11ac/ad/g/d)
Thanks in advanced
1. If you're extending it through a cable and the AP is capable of a 60GHz frequency, I would think it would (some configuration might be necessary)
2. Yes, the router/AP and the PC need to support wireless AD
3. Yeah, though a really old router may be limited to 100Mbps or worse