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If I got it correctly, the 55D8000 should have a WIFI N dongle.
I just got a Wifi N router and I made some tests.
This is wat I got:
dd if=/dev/zero bs=8M count=16|ncat 192.168.X.Y 8888 --send-only (where x.y is the ip of my desktop pc)
ncat -l -p 8888 |dd of=/dev/null
With an ethernet connection I get, as expected:
134217728 bytes (128.0MB) copied, 12.748877 seconds, 10.0MB/s
Which is correct.
With wifi connection I get:
134217728 bytes (128.0MB) copied, 33.220224 seconds, 3.9MB/s
Which is about 40 megabit (considering the tcp/ip ovehead+latencies etc etc)
Did anyone get MORE that that?
Who is the culprit? TV of Router?
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Does router is in same room with TV?
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If router have too weak signal speed drops (802.11 n operates with different speed when signal strenght change). Put stronger router antena and chceck again.
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Also bear in mind that the wifi module appears to interface to a Realtek RTL8201 10/100 capable ethernet transceiver; thus the wifi-N module may never exceed 100Mbit/s ??