Do 802.11n devices slow down a 802.11ac network?
location: apple.com - date: June 23, 2013
I know that if you have a 802.11n network (populated exclusively by 802.11n devices) and then a device joins which only runs at 802.11b or g, it slows the network down to that speed (b or g). Does this also apply to n devices joining an 802.11ac network? Meaning, if you have a network populated only by 802.11ac devices and you introduce an 802.11n-only device, will it slow THAT network down?
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