Cisco 802.11a

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May 2nd, 2010

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As we all know    while using 802.11 b/g we separate channel 1 ,6,11. how we separate channel 802.11a

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Correct Answer by surbg about 3 years 11 months ago

I hope the last 4 are not used in any APs other than 15XX mesh cisco APs ..

Correct Answer by surbg about 3 years 11 months ago

Hi Faizan,

If u open up the WLC RRM page you can see 23 channels that are non-overlaping.. we can use these channels back to back.. the below link will provide even more information..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_WLAN_channels

http://www.vocal.com/redirect/802_11a.html

Regards

Surendra

Correct Answer by surbg about 3 years 11 months ago

Hi,

There are 23 non overlapping channels in 802.11A.. they are..

36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56, 60, 64 , 100 , 104 , 108 ,116, 120, 112, 124, 128 , 132, 136 , 140,  149 , 153 , 157 , 161.

I hope the above answered your question..

Regards

Surendra

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surbg Sun, 05/02/2010 - 07:26

Hi,

There are 23 non overlapping channels in 802.11A.. they are..

36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56, 60, 64 , 100 , 104 , 108 ,116, 120, 112, 124, 128 , 132, 136 , 140,  149 , 153 , 157 , 161.

I hope the above answered your question..

Regards

Surendra

Faizan Khursheed Mon, 05/03/2010 - 12:57

thnaks surendra

its mean i can use 36 40 44 48 side by side they wont interfer  like 1, 6 ,11   but i read in cisco documnet  must user  upper four band and lower 4 band  while using 802.11a   correct me if im wrong

Thanks again

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surbg Mon, 05/03/2010 - 20:22

I hope the last 4 are not used in any APs other than 15XX mesh cisco APs ..

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