said by wirelessdog:
The 900mhz product is still crappy compared to Moto in terms of robustness in noisy environments but if you can get the signal down to -68 or better in a low noise environment the throughput is pretty amazing.
I'm thinking this is likely the result of legacy attributes associated with the 802.11a/b/g/n protocol. The collision avoidance logic might be in hardware or firmware. If you can't turn it off, the radios would shut down in a high noise environment. Just guessing though.--
Once we IPv6 enable every device on the Internet we will have toasters, baby monitors, and security cameras joining the bot nets which today are populated only by idiots that can not refrain from clicking, "Yes I would like to see those titties..."