It depends how far client go away from AP..For 350 and 1200 AP, If client and AP set for 100mw power, you will get 11M for 100-150 feet radius from AP. 150-250 feet For 5.5 M and 250-350 feet for 2 M and so on. All these figures are approximate.
Here is the link which explains what to set to get amount of rate..
Check your multicast rates. In the Advanced Settings, 1Mbps and 2Mbps should be set to 'Basic' that means 'send multicasts at this rate'. If you set 11Mbps to 'Basic' instead of 'Yes', the AP will try to Multicast at the higher rate, and upon failing may kill the client connection.
This can actually be used on purpose in certain circumstances.
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