i have a wireless internet station and i am using a 2 watt hyperlink amplifire with a z-com 300 m

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i have a wireless internet station and i am using a 2 watt hyperlink amplifire with a z-com 300 m the problem is that all clients that are connected to this station suffering from a very slow data transmit even if there ping to the station is perfect.i shecked the access point and also changed it i cheked all the pictails connections also i changed the swithes and the network cables althoug i was transmitting data through a sectorial but i also try to solve this prob;em by change it and now i am using omni for transmiting and the same problem appears. so the question is can the amplifire do such problem even if it amplifing the signale very good?????

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