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By oversim, Senior Member on 9th November 2010, 03:31 PM
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In the file tiwlan.ini located in /system/etc I have the lines:

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HT_Enable=0                     #0=diable 802.11n support / 1=Enable

BurstModeEnable = 0             # 0 - Disabled  1 - Enabled
I think we can enable BurstMode and 802.11n (if driver allow it) support.

I cannot try, my access point isn't "n" (only "g" at 2.4GHz), but If you have an "n" wi-fi access point....
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9th November 2010, 07:37 PM |#2  
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did a little digging.
looks like the wlan controller for the x10 mini pro is:

texas instrument wL1271a
http://focus.ti.com/general/docs/wtb...emplateId=6123

TQM679002A from TriQuint
http://www.triquint.com/prodserv/mor..._id=TQM679002A

source: http://www.phonewreck.com/2010/08/05/823/

which means that the x10 mini pro is indeed b/g/n compatible. but only over 2.4Ghz band.
I'll do some more investigation tonight when I get back home.

Wonder what kind of throughputs I'll net.
10th November 2010, 12:45 AM |#3  
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Ok thanks! I'm using burst and n settings to 1..
Ok it works but I do not know my speed....

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10th November 2010, 12:57 AM |#4  
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I'm here again.
I discovered how set up n in my router at 2.4Ghz (was n at 5Ghz) AND IT WORKS !!!!!

NOW I'M AT 65MBITS! router is at 1st floor and I'm at 2nd floor, but speed is > 54

So our mini pro IS n !


UPDATE: I've just tried close the access point.. 65mbit... Ok, 65 is greater than 54.. I think firmware - driver limits "n" speed.
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Originally Posted by oversim

I'm here again.
I discovered how set up n in my router at 2.4Ghz (was n at 5Ghz) AND IT WORKS !!!!!

NOW I'M AT 65MBITS! router is at 1st floor and I'm at 2nd floor, but speed is > 54

So our mini pro IS n !


UPDATE: I've just tried close the access point.. 65mbit... Ok, 65 is greater than 54.. I think firmware - driver limits "n" speed.

How you discovered this? Wich software?
I'm trying.....

Thank You!!
16th November 2010, 09:47 AM |#6  
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How you discovered this? Wich software?
I'm trying.....

Thank You!!

No software, simple: while examining configuration files..
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That's great news guys! How about the battery life? does switching to n affect battery life significantly?

TIA
16th November 2010, 07:30 PM |#8  
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Absolutely no... Battery behaviour is the same using 65 or 54mbit...

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Absolutely no... Battery behaviour is the same using 65 or 54mbit...

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Perfect! 65 mbit!
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802.11n should improve reception and by the way may preserve battery life at the oposite of 802.11g.
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What information have you changed?

HT_Enable=0 #0=diable 802.11n support / 1=Enable

BurstModeEnable = 0 # 0 - Disabled 1 - Enabled

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