Douglas Stringer wrote:
> On Nov 11, 2005, at 11:00 PM, Mike Mee wrote:
>> I've done this many times and it does work quite well (though you lose
>> approx 1/2 the bandwidth due to the radios overloading each other,
>> even if they're on channels 1 and 11..)
> What do you mean by "radios overloading each other." Could you be more
The radio frequencies are close enough for the broadcast on one to
effect the receive on the other. This affects throughput.
The only real solution is two radios mounted 2-3 meters apart, including
antennas (Or notch filters tuned to the specific channel (expensive)
which still won't help much if the miniPCI cards are physically proximate).
This is a well recognised though often ignored (and often debated)
effect. Its easy enough to verify however!