[Q] What kind of network performance kind I expect using a broadband air card?
[A] Broadband air cards have taken mobile computing to yet another level. Service providers boast download speeds that rival standard hard line communication, or at the very least high-end wireless network performance.
So what can you really expect to see if you have a home network powered entirely by one of these Broadband air card devices?
In order to accurately discuss this we must return to some basics - speed of network devices in this example. Your network will always operate at the speed of your slowest device, and in the case of a broadband air card you will be subject to the speed limitations of the service provider.
For most users, a broadband air card will be a disappointment when compared to a DSL or Cable connection, because the reliability and bandwidth is just not going to be the same. If you live in an area where DSL or Cable are not available, it may end up being better than dial-up.
The best usage for these air cards will always be on a single PC.
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