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Wi-Fi-certified N routers and access points are required to comply with the "Coexistence Requirement" set forth by Wi-Fi Alliance when operating in dense areas with multiple wireless networks,. The Coexistence Requirement ensures that the N devices operating in the 2.4 GHz frequency band default to 20 MHz operation when operating in close proximity to other Wi-Fi networks.
Devices operating in the 5 GHz frequency band are not prone to interference and are not subject to the Coexistence Requirement.

Another possible reason that you are not getting the max speed is that you are using a wireless device that does not support channel bonding. Devices such as iPad, iPhone, Macbook, iMac and some Intel wireless devices do not support channel bonding thus will not be able to connect at speed of 150 Mbps or more when connected to the 2.4GHz band.

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