$\mu=1+\epsilon$ where $\epsilon>0$ holds.

1.Is there a good bound for $$T=\frac{\sum_{i=-\sqrt{\mu n\ln n}}^{\sqrt{\mu n\ln n}}\binom{n}{\frac n2 +i}^2}{2^n}?$$

This quantity can be interpreted as $$\sum_{i=-\sqrt{\mu n\ln n}}^{\sqrt{\mu n\ln n}}\binom{n}{\frac n2 +i}\mathbb P(\frac n2+i)$$ where $\mathbb P(\frac n2+i)$ is under bionmial distribution and thus has probability $\frac{\binom{n}{\frac n2 +i}}{2^n}$ which is 'trucated expected value of $\binom{n}{\frac n2 +i}$'.

Computing few values suggests $\log_2T< n-\log_2\sqrt{\mu n\ln n}$ at $\mu\rightarrow1^+$.

For example at $n=1000$ to $50000$ gives such margin.

- How large can $\mu$ be for this $\log_2T< n-\log_2\sqrt{\mu n\ln n}$ bound to hold up?

Naively I can get $$<\frac{2^n}{\sqrt{n\pi/2}}(1-o(1))$$ by using $$2^nT<\binom{n}{\frac n2}\sum_{i=-\sqrt{\mu n\ln n}}^{\sqrt{\mu n\ln n}}\binom{n}{\frac n2 +i}.$$

I also know we can prove $$\binom{n}{\frac n2 +i}\asymp\frac{2^{nH(\frac12+\frac in)}}{\sqrt{n\pi/2}}$$ approximation.