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Thread: 2.4 Interference - Anyone know what this is?

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    Default 2.4 Interference - Anyone know what this is?

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    Hi Jason,

    Will you do the recording with your Wi-Fi adapter turned off/disabled?

    Sometimes the adapters will actively seek access points to connect to, and can create a significant amount of noise across the band. I think this might be the case, but will you post another recording so we can be sure?

    Thanks,

    Trent

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    Here it is with the wireless card off. Obvioulsy there is 802.11bgn running on channel one. But there is still interference on the other channels.

    Cheers

    Jason
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    Here is an image of a longer scan
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    I'm definitely seeing the interference on the other channels now that you have posted that image!

    Do you know what those devices are? I'd watch the spectral/waterfall view and walk around and see if their amplitude level increases.

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