3. The desktop computer is attached to the WL-500G Deluxe with cable; the notebook is connected to the network via the TRENDnet TEW-424UB 802.11g.
This is not a record-breaking performance, but it’s quite high nonetheless. Considering the results in the full duplex mode, it looks like the WL-500G Deluxe sends data with more eagerness than receives.
4. The desktop computer is connected to the network through the mainboard’s integrated ASUS WiFi-g™ IEEE 802.11g controller; the notebook is attached to the WL-500G with cable.
The use of another wireless card doesn’t change anything in the send/receive speeds, so these results are really indicative of the router’s capabilities, but the misbalance of speed in the full duplex mode has aggravated: the receive speed is now two times higher than the transmission speed.