You can find this information in the document: What are the Recommended Settings for 802.11n Connectivity?
The properties mentioned there are good for 802.11ac as well as 802.11n.
There are some additional recommendations that may help:
- Go to the Windows* Power Options - Power plan and make sure the Wireless adapter is set to Maximum Performance, when plugged in and on battery.
- Under the Advanced Wi-Fi Adapter settings, you will find the value: U-APSD support. This is a feature related to power consumption. We have identified interoperability issues with certain access points that may result in reduced throughput.
You might want to switch between disabled/enabled, test the connection and choose the mode that works better in your environment.
- If you have devices using 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz band, it is best to create a different SSID for each band.