I have a question pertaining speed that clients will see when a Mimosa system is using the TDMA mode.
I understand TDMA. I’ve worked with a TDMA two-way radio system/technology for about 11 years, but with those systems, we don’t measure ‘speed’ at a client location, like is done with internet connectivity. So this is where my question is coming from.
With the TDMA mode, since each client is given a certain amount of time for access to/from the Access Point, then does that mean that every client can ‘see’ the maximum amount of bandwidth that is being fed to the AP?
In other words, if I’m feeding 150 Mbps to an AP, and I have 10 clients connected, if all clients were to run a speed test (assuming that it’s a good speed test server - but that’s another discussion for another time), they all would see the maximum of 150 Mbps (assuming that there’s no throttling of speed in the router that’s feeding the AP/Clients), rather than only seeing 15 Mbps each?
John Rayfield, Jr.