Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Standard data transmission speeds

Standard data transmission speeds:
The following table shows the data transmission speeds of common interfaces.
Note that you should always use the slowest interface for reference. So for example, if you copy a file across a gigabit ethernet to a drive connected via USB 2, you should refer to the USB 2 speed only.
Also bear in mind these are theoretical maximums, and real-world speeds will vary greatly. For example, although 802.11g has the same theoretical speed as 802.11g, the latter is far more stable in the real-world.

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