Hello, I have the WRT3200ACM.
How can I enable Tri-Stream 160?
I have 160 MHz configured on Channel 100, according to my calculations I have only two data flows 867 Mbit/s * 2 ≈ 1733 Mbit/s
The router has 4 antennas, I do not understand why with 4 antennas only 3 data flows are possible, instead of four.
1733.3 Mbit/s, 160 MHz, VHT-MCS 9, VHT-NSS 2, Short Gi
6.0 Mbit/s, 160 MHz.
MARVELL 88W8964 802.11NAC
Measure when you're running traffic...I assume greater than 1733 / 2 == 866.5 Mbps
The display you posted is not static.
Also, explain how you determined the an antenna was off with physical information/data about the radio or antenna.
I understand that an antenna is used for each data flow.
Cisco indicates that the router is capable of three flows at 160 MHz (Tri-stream). Each flow has a link of 867 mbit/s, then ...
867 mbit/s * 3 = 2600 mbit/s
But my link is 1733 mbit/s, as indicated by Openwrt and Windows.
This makes me think that the third data flow is not working, since I lack only 867 mbit/s to reach 2600 Mbit/s.
As I do not see any option in OpenWRT, to indicate the number of data flows, I assume that a flow is not active, since I am missing exactly 867 mbit/s, to reach 2600 Mbit/s.
Mbps is in Spanish (Megabit per second)
Repetiré en su lengua materna. Prueba durante la transferencia de datos. La velocidad mostrada es dinámica.
I will repeat in your native language. Test during data transfer. The displayed speed is dynamic.
It's the same in all languages.
The link remains constant in 1.7Gbps, during the transfer.
Data transfer also remains constant.