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Current Frequency:2.437 GHz (Channel 6). None of these channels are outside of 2.4 GHz. It does not support 5 GHz. It'd be nice if you also showed how to do this with the iw tool as well. I think the others are possibly considered obsolete... - derobert Jun 18 '14 at 18:45.

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Feb 06, 2014 · 5GHz allows faster throughput (usually around double that of 2.4GHz) by using wider channel-widths which provide more bandwidth. Typically these wider channels aren't used in the 2.4GHz band anymore as congestion is a problem, however some 2.4GHz devices do still include the ability to use either 20MHz or 40MHz channels though.

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Aug 26, 2019 · As I was writing a series of wireless articles recently, I searched for graphics. I wanted a graphic that could show the 802.11 5GHz channels, clearly denote DFS frequencies while correctly noting the Dopplar-avoidance rules, visually show channel width options and also included the newly-added 802.11ac channel.

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Jun 18, 2020 · A dual-band router is any wireless internet router that sends out a wireless internet signal on 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies. Think of 2.4GHz and 5GHz like different channels for the same radio ...

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Jul 15, 2013 · Step 4: Use an Apple-Supported 5GHz Channel This is what’s probably tripping up most people. The NSM5 (like other Ubiquiti WiFi devices) is designed to support a maximum number of frequencies in the 5GHz range, but Apple devices can only connect to a small subset of these.

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Hi,I have three AP-AC-Pro's at home (sounds overkill, but multi storey home, concrete, lots of internal glass etc.). All has been fine with all three on different 5GHz channels (52, 60, 100) and I've had excellent coverage and throughput. All three AP's are wired back to the router.I

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Channel 6 tends to be the default setting for most 2.4 GHz WiFi routers/access points. I know that in my neighborhood I have seen a vast majority of the WiFi routers using channel 6 and a much smaller fraction using channels 1 and 11. On 5 GHz WiFi routers I believe channel 42 is the default setting.

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The channel you select, 161 in this case, is the primary channel that is used for management frames (beacon probe and response, CTS/RTS, ACK, etc.) I haven't experimented too much with 5ghz channels but found the lower band gave me a couple of dBm better signal strength so I stuck with that.

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WiFi6 (802.11ax) on the other hand will natively support both 5Ghz and 2.4Ghz simultaneously with more supported channels (right now 12 total channels). MU-MIMO will be working bi-directional in wifi6 instead of uni-directional (downlink only) in wifi5

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2. 5 GHz is not faster than 2.4 GHz. An 802.11n signal that is 20 MHz wide (there are consumer grade APs that support 40 MHz channel bonding in both 2.4 and 5 GHz, while commercial APs only support 40 MHz channel bonding in 5 GHz), will be limited to a max speed of 72 Mbps based on the limitations of 802.11n.
@designerlondon wrote:. Thanks for all your help (and everyone's) yesterday. Got the Devolo 1200 + wifi starter kit at a really good price at PC world, connected to my network (now back to ebing 5GHz automatic so I can print without switching!), and the Q box is hardwired and set up so it's deffo no longer using 2.4) Devolo has joined the connection and overall I have found.....
Suggestions for choosing the best frequency. Many devices only use the 2.4 GHz frequency, and these devices are all attempting to use the same “radio space” which can cause overcrowding of the channels. The 5GHz band has 23 available channels for devices to use vs the 3 available on the 2.4 GHz band.
There are dozens of 5GHz channels grouped together in various "bands" but the definitions these groupings and bands varies from country to country, they each have their own laws and definitions which are rarely in full agreement.
I'm running a pair of 5210 controllers with a mix of 3610, 3715 & 3825 APs. I'm looking for a good 5GHz channel planning guide/best practices. I've only been able to find articles related to specific vendors online. Thanks in advance.

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Oct 17, 2020 · You can only use the hotspot on 5GHz when the Windows® 10 PC is connected to a wireless Access Point (AP) operating on specific (passive) 5GHz channels at the same time. How to fix it. This is expected behavior due to country-specific regulatory limitations.
Dec 04, 2017 · A tri-band router broadcasts signals that work with a variety of devices and helps manage the traffic on the 5GHz channel, by automatically routing your device signals between the two faster signals. Plus, because it has also used the 2.4GHz band, it retains the ability to broadcast farther. Since Wifi consumes 22MHz per channel that means that there are only 3 non-overlapping channels in the 2.4GHz band (or only 1 non-overlapping channel if you use 802.11n with channel bonding which ...