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    Charlotte--As the forum indicates, I'm an...

    Charlotte--As the forum indicates, I'm an amateur, but I can offer the following. I don't know why a wifi signal appears to jump up and down over time when viewed with inSSIDer, and I have yet to...
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    Hi, Charlotte. I also have both a wireless router...

    Hi, Charlotte. I also have both a wireless router and a repeater. When my laptop is close to either one, the time graph signal trace for the one I'm quite close to is a solid, straight line, while...
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    I agree, Russ. My RSSI is -45, and my PC is only...

    I agree, Russ. My RSSI is -45, and my PC is only about three feet from my AP!
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    OK, now I understand. inSSIDer can show you the...

    OK, now I understand. inSSIDer can show you the signal from your neighbor's network, but as mentioned earlier it cannot help you connect to it. You can check to see how strong that network is at your...
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    Pam- Your posted question leaves a couple...

    Pam- Your posted question leaves a couple questions that prevent me from attempting an answer. First, what do you mean about having found an open network? You wrote about wanting to add that network...
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    gonzales, as wavelan indicated, your AP's...

    gonzales, as wavelan indicated, your AP's (router's) -25dbm signal is much stronger than that of your neighbors. It's even stronger (smaller negative number) than that of my AP when my PC is close to...
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    RE: inSSIDer Network Shapes

    Interesting screen shot, Joel! I believe you have a typo where you refer to the signal at the left and right as both "g." The one on the left is the "b", I'd say.
  8. Many thanks for your replies, Mayim and Stephen....

    Many thanks for your replies, Mayim and Stephen. Your description of your home WiFi environment makes for a really clear explanation, Stephen!

    While the short description that goes with the...
  9. Throughput effect with signals on same vs. adjacent channels

    Examples such as "Lots of Wifi" in Channelizer Lite mentions that throughput is negatively affected for all APs when there are many operating on adjacent channels (with lots of overlapping). So, I'm...
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    Thanks for your reply to my question about the...

    Thanks for your reply to my question about the shape of an .11n signal, Stephen.
    My question about looking for an Open Source for a .wsx program download stemmed from a couple postings under...
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    Unique signal shape for .11n?

    After reading Trent's description of .11b's flat-topped signal shape and .11g's curved tops, I'm wondering if .11n signals also have a distinctive shape?
    Also, I'm wondering if these shape...
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    Open source for .wsx?

    Does anyone know of an Open Source download available for Windows 7 .wsx so one can follow along in the forum and view screen captures that have been attached with questions to which Stephen or...
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    Why isn't a repeater interference?

    With a repeater on the same channel(s) as the AP, I'm trying to understand why neither the AP nor the repeater see each other as an interfering signal, since other signals occupying the channel(s)...
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    After some research, I believe I can now answer...

    After some research, I believe I can now answer my own question.
    Aside from channel-bonding, 11n can utilize spatial division multiplexing (SDM) known generally as MIMO (multiple-input...
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    Thanks for your reply, Trent. A follow up...

    Thanks for your reply, Trent.
    A follow up question comes to mind. If bonded channel use is rare on 2.4GHz and not all 11n hardware uses bonded channels, how is 11n able to produce faster speeds...
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    Tech support says two channels not possible

    Thanks for the explanation of how 802.11N uses two 20Mhz channels via channel bonding, Tyler. So, when I look at the signal from my Netgear WNR1000 router, I see it transmitting on both channels 1...
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