Hello, I’ve read that in dual antennas units (such as, for example, WRT54), the unit is constantly switching the antennas to find the one with better signal reception and that at every time moment only one antenna is active and actually receiving or sending the signal. First, I would like to get confirmation that it is indeed the case. That is, I would like to get confirmation that there is no such unit ‘s mode at which one antenna is transmitting and the other is receiving at the same time. Second, I would like to make sure that by entirely disabling one antenna and forcing the other for both TX and RX, I will not reduce the functionality of the unit and it’s capability to pick up a weak signal in principle. For example, in DD-WRT firmware for WRT54Gver6, I set TX Antenna -left RX Antenna –left So, in such configuration, the right antenna is permanently disabled. Assuming that the left antenna provides the signal reception as good as the right one, is it safe to claim that such my “one-antenna” configuration will be able to pick up a weak signal as good as the standard “dual-antenna“ configuration and I will get as good transmission rate and overal quality. Thanks! UPDATE: From my one-hour playing with my WRT54Gver6 running DD-WRT micro SP2 in a busy wi-fi neighborhood, disabling one antenna, then the other one, I got a (subjective) impression that two still better than one.