Why are channels “x+7” available for some WiFi networks?
nchristine 38 weeks ago
I asked a question yesterday about choosing a wireless WiFi channel. Thanks for the help, btw! I downloaded WiFi Analyzer for my Android phone and installed inSSIDer on my PC. The two worked great together to not only identify a better channel than I was using, but also to learn that moving my AP about 3 feet made a huge difference in signal strength. However, when analyzing channels, there were a couple signals that were showing channel 11+7, which covered a large portion of the available channels (1-11). Mine didn’t. How are some people able to select a 7 channel spread?
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