For interference avoidance reason I am reducing the bandwidth of my AP networks to 10Mhz, and even looking to 5Mhz.
It also increase a bit the signal strengths so higher MCS rate can be obtained.
The downside is that 10Mhz only have half the throughput as 20 Mhz and 5Mhz even half of the 10 Mhz.
So to still have reasonable throughput in the 5mhz (or 10 Mhz) you need MCS rates of 13, 14 or best, 15.
But what about 802.11ac in 5mhz? I can't find any MCS rates graphs that actually show the rate for these bandwidths.
Is it not possible or is it just not mentioned since everybody thinks nobody want's to use it?
And would an ac radio give the same or better throughput compared to 'an' if the signals are the same and thus the MCS rates are the same?
(In other words; If I would have a link working with MCS 14 with a 'n' mimo radio and station, to replace both for an 'ac' radio but all other parameters the same, would it have better throughput or it is just the same? )