Finally, although it may be stating the obvious, but since you are asking about data rates, please keep in mind that although the access point "data rates" are 11Mbps for 802.11b and 54Mbps for 802.11g & 802.11a, your actual throughput of the access point is approx. half that data rate:
Here are some approximate (from my memory) throughput rates you would expect to see (from the perspective of the attached client, laptop, etc.) if only one client were attached to the access point:
802.11b at 11Mbps data rate: 6Mbps throughput
802.11g at 54Mbps data rate: 22 Mbps throughput (with no 802.11b clients connected)
802.11b/g at 11Mbps & 54Mbps data rates for b & g respectively: 8 Mbps throughput on the g client and, presumably 6 Mbps on the b client (with one 802.11b & one 802.11g client on the same radio)
802.11a at 54Mbps data rate: 24 Mbps throughput
As you add more RF clients to the radio, the bandwidth is divided up further. Also keep in mind that the RF connection behaves similarly to a shared hub, so it operates as half-duplex.
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