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802.11a

if i use 802.11a can i use channel  36 40 44 48  simultaneously keep   one thing in mind i dunt need interference

UNI1 sumultensoulsy and then UNI3.

like 36 40 44 48  149 153 157 161

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Re: 802.11a

Correct .

You can use 36 40 44 and 48 all in close range to each other and they will no interferer.

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Re: 802.11a

Cool.. so im glad that anwsered your question ... Pklease rate the post as well if you would be so kind ...

Thanks

__________________________________________________________________________________________ "Satisfaction does not come from knowing the solution, it comes from knowing why." - Rosalind Franklin ___________________________________________________________
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Re: 802.11a

Nice post George (+5).

Addendum:

The 802.11a specification today specifies 4 channels for the UNII1 band, 4 channels for the UNII@ band, and 4 channels for the UNII3 band. These channels are spaced at 20 MHz apart and are considered non-interfering; however they do have a slight overlap in frequency spectrum. It is possible to use adjacent channels in adjacent cell coverage, but it is recommended when possible to separate adjacent cell channels by at least 1 channel.

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Re: 802.11a

Correct .

You can use 36 40 44 and 48 all in close range to each other and they will no interferer.

__________________________________________________________________________________________ "Satisfaction does not come from knowing the solution, it comes from knowing why." - Rosalind Franklin ___________________________________________________________

Re: 802.11a

Cool.. so im glad that anwsered your question ... Pklease rate the post as well if you would be so kind ...

Thanks

__________________________________________________________________________________________ "Satisfaction does not come from knowing the solution, it comes from knowing why." - Rosalind Franklin ___________________________________________________________
Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: 802.11a

Nice post George (+5).

Addendum:

The 802.11a specification today specifies 4 channels for the UNII1 band, 4 channels for the UNII@ band, and 4 channels for the UNII3 band. These channels are spaced at 20 MHz apart and are considered non-interfering; however they do have a slight overlap in frequency spectrum. It is possible to use adjacent channels in adjacent cell coverage, but it is recommended when possible to separate adjacent cell channels by at least 1 channel.

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