05-14-2013 6:54 PM - edited 05-14-2013 6:57 PM
Anyone know what the good HPNA power levels are like? What are the things such as 1 > 2? Also, how do I tell which "Station(Receiver?)" is which?
I did an "Extended Test" and got this:
|Station to Station HPNA Performance||PHY Rate (Mbps)||SNR (dB)||Rx Power Level - dB||Packet Error|
|1 > 2||112||41.9||-11.2||0|
|1 > 3||112||41.9||-12.8||0|
|2 > 1||128||40.9||-9.3||0|
|2 > 3||112||41.9||-21.1||0|
|3 > 1||128||40.8||-10.2||0|
|3 > 2||112||41.9||-20.5||0|
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05-15-2013 12:16 PM - edited 05-15-2013 12:18 PM
112 and above are proper PHY Rates, the only stat that really matters in HPNA connections.
To figure out which ones are which, about only way is to disconnect a connection and it would show up in the table. That way you would then know which # is which location.
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05-15-2013 12:38 PM
05-15-2013 7:50 PM
I'm guessing 1 > 2 means "doohicky 1 going to doohicky 2". It would be a lot clearer to use something like "1 -> 2"
No no, 1 is now greater than 2(Mind blown)!
I originally figured it just meant "From - to -" too.
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