Good evening. Beryl Ax has a channel width of 160 MHz and 3 streams at 5 GHz? How do we get the speed of 2402 Mbps? Thanks.
Need to have WPA2-PSK/WPA3-SAE or WPA3-SAE, By default I think it is WPA/WPA2-PSK.
Also Need a clear channel and no or very little interference. 5 meter radius of the device also helps and line of sight.
It maxes out at 2 streams x160Mhz with MCS11. That comes out to be aboung 2Gbps theoretical.
You’ll rarely see 160mhz being used though, Connection rates of ~1Gbps are typical when bumped down to 80mhz channel on client, for real transfers of about 700-800mbps in ideal conditions close to the router.
I have intel ax201, that can 160Mhz. With her, I can achieve such speed? i have slate ax, should I change to beryl ax?
The theoretical maximum speed of Beryl AX 5GHz is
2402Mbps with channel width 160Mhz.
2.4G maximum 573.5Mbps with channel width 40Mhz.
see the following picture:
As @glinetlvr told it only has 2 streams while it has three antennas for 5Ghz.
One is used for copy stream data to improve coverage.
@hansome Could you expand on what using one of the 3 streams for copy to improve coverage means? Thanks
My description is not accurate. As wifi part of Beryl Ax’s chip is based on Filogic series, that said
MediaTek’s hardware-based algorithm provides extended range capabilities and improved antenna reception for faster, more reliable connectivity.
So it’s undisclosed technology by Mediatek.