Our next test for this new setup is seeing how range affects performance. With this, we start at 10Ft and move out to 30Ft. Routers are tested in their default configuration for this part, the client device is the iPhone 7 Plus.
The Titan is the dark green line in the next few charts and on the subject of 2.4GHz throughput we see at 10ft a solid 80 Mbps while moving out its drops slowly to 66 MBps at 30ft.
The 5GHz band, on the other hand, starts off at 515Mbps at 10ft and moving out to 20Ft we see a rather large drop in performance but a slight rebound at 30ft to 349Mbps.
Pushing the router to the max, we push to see how many connections this router can handle and watch the performance drop off with it. For the Titan, we started at 948Mbps and held above 900Mbps through 128 connections. After this, we fell off to 694Mbps at 256 connections and finished at 505Mbps at 512 connections.
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