Which three statements about throughput on a wireless network are true? (Choose three.)
A wireless device labelled as 300 Mbps should be expected to provide a throughput of 300Mbps.
Be careful to ensure the capabilities of the wireless clients match those of the access points, in order to
achieve higher throughput.
Reducing the duty cycles of the wireless media by generating fewer beacons may improve throughput.
Because of the higher level of RF noise that is typical in the 2.4 GHz ISM band, throughput of 2.4 GHz
devices will typically be less than 5 GHz devices.
Because of the full-duplex nature of the medium and the minimal overhead generated by CSMA/CA, the
actual aggregate throughput is typically close to the data rate.