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EVO 4G LTE WiFi performance - completely pointless but impressive


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Impressive that the EVO has no problem hitting over 90mbit over wifi... not many phones can do that.

 

Over at anandtech, they show the EVO and the One X hitting over 100mbit.

 

While not really that functional, or practical, I suppose if you did a lot of local music syncing over wifi it would be rather fast.

 

Note that I am connected to 5GHz wifi with 40MHz channel width configured.

 

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Interesting on the 40mhz. I know other mobile devices would only handshake at 65 or 72 using only 1x1 20mhz 802.11n. Most would handshake at 65 due to the guard interval used. I haven't checked on the EVO if it will actually use a 40mhz 2.4ghz channel. What handshake rates are you seeing on 5ghz?

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I haven't checked on the EVO if it will actually use a 40mhz 2.4ghz channel. What handshake rates are you seeing on 5ghz?

 

The hardware/software does not support 802.11n 40 MHz channels at 2.4 GHz, only 5 GHz.

 

Maximum supported MCS index is 7 (150 Mbps in 40 MHz, 72 Mbps in 20 MHz).

 

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The hardware/software does not support 802.11n 40 MHz channels at 2.4 GHz, only 5 GHz.

 

Maximum supported MCS index is 7 (150 Mbps in 40 MHz, 72 Mbps in 20 MHz).

 

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I figured all it did was MCS 7 as it was only 1x1. Pulling 96 on a 150 handshake is pretty damn good. Pretty clean connection!

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While not really that functional, or practical, I suppose if you did a lot of local music syncing over wifi it would be rather fast.

 

Very practical, the less time Tx/Rx the longer the battery life, faster responses too.

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Very practical, the less time Tx/Rx the longer the battery life, faster responses too.

 

No, do not generalize like that. Higher order modulation and wider bandwidth for faster data throughput (hence shorter Tx/Rx time) often require greater power.

 

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