I seem to remember reading somewhere (although I can't find it now) that with an 802.11a wireless network, network throughput and range will differ depending on which channel in the frequency range you select.
I think I read something along the lines of (I might have this the wrong way round) lower channels will give you good throughput but will not travel through thick walls well whereas higher channels can pass through thick walls but offer lower throughput.
Does this sound right to anyone or did i just dream this up? If it is right, is there a middle ground in terms of channel selection that offers a good compromise? I.e. reasonable throughput and signal penetration
Many thanks, n3ilb