To be clear, a meaningful way to think about capacity is the amount of data that can flow through an AP in an interval of time. Let’s imagine that amount as a pie. The depth of the pie is the time interval, lets say one second. Then the diameter of the pie represents the number of bits that can be transmitted via that technology during that second. So the entire pie represents the AP’s throughput in terms of bits per second, or bps. Pie, oh glorious pie.
There are three scenarios to consider here.
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