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Wireless :. IEEE Six-element beamforming antenna array. Simultaneous dual-band 2. Radio output power: Channels , , and approved for use in Europe and Japan. Security :. MAC address filtering.

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NAT firewall. Time-based access control. Interfaces :. Simultaneous dual-band Built-in power supply.

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Number of Users :. Electrical and Environmental Repuirements :. Operating altitude : tested up to 10, feet m. Maximum storage altitude : 15, feet. Agency Approval :. System Reqiurements :. Setup and Administration :. Mac with OS X Lion v Wireless Device Access :. USB printer. Mac with OS X v Interoperable with Apple TV Models :.

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Printed documentation. Power cord. Home AirPort Extreme.

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AirPort Extreme. In the 5GHz band, the AirPort Extreme can use a wide channel, employing twice the frequency as standard This enabled us to achieve a consistent rate of Mbps from the AirPort Extreme We found that speeds between two Apple Except the inch 1. It's a build-to-order option on the Mac Pro.

Macs purchased before this summer may need to install the There is no Mac-compatible, third-party Performance in the busy 2. After achieving poor performance, an Apple product manager suggested that we manually choose a Wi-Fi channel, rather than allowing the Base Station to pick an unused location via the default Automatic setting. The device scans only for Wi-Fi networks, not other interference.

Setting the device to channel 1 out of 11 possible channels in the United States made it practically unusable.

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Even using a spectrum analyzer, which can reveal all signals passing over the 2. This presented a mystery that has remained unsolved. Setting the Base Station to channel 11 relieved the problem, although speeds were much lower than those we've seen previously. We weren't even able to achieve 50 Mbps between two Apple This is another argument for using the 5GHz band whenever possible if network performance is an issue.

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  • Neither Apple nor its competitors can control the increasingly heavy use of the lower-frequency band. Gigabit Ethernet performance was as expected, achieving over Mbps of throughput in one direction between two computers connected via the Base Station's LAN and over Mbps each way when simultaneously transmitting at full speed. We discovered one disappointment that's indirectly related to the new router model: We tested an Intel The reason for this is that Apple released a firmware update just before publication of this review that turns its AirPort Extreme Base Station with At the time of our testing, Intel hadn't released its certified update.

    Although we didn't test file-transfer speeds from volumes shared via USB in the previous review, reports indicated that the Gigabit Ethernet model had improved file transfer.

    Apple also improved a problem that we brought to its attention in our last review.