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    802.11a on Channel 40


    802.11a in Full 5Ghz band


    802.11a Channels 36 to 64
    5ghz - 80211a - interop.wsr5GHz - 80211a - clean - zoomed in.wsr5ghz - 80211a - interop (2).wsr
    Last edited by MetaGeek; 08-26-2010 at 04:04 PM.

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    Trent,

    How do you play this in v4 as it appears your images are of v4? The file is a .wsr file though, and v4 wants a .wsx file. Is there a new recording or is this just the old one that has been here for v3.4 for a while now?

    Thanks!

    Oxygen

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    Attached are the .wsx recordings (converted from the .wsr format)
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    Trent,
    What would be process that Metageek recommends to convert a (*.wsr) file to (*.wsx)? Do you have to do a wsr-to-csv first, then csv-to-wsx? Because if that is the case, I think the .csv may get cut off if it is too big when converted.. What would you suggest is the easiest route? Or how did you do the recordings above?

    Thanks!

    Oxygen
    Last edited by oxygen69; 01-03-2011 at 12:08 PM. Reason: grammer

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    Hey Trent,
    Just wondering if the Metageek team had any answers to the previous posted question? You obviously did a conversion on the 802.11a recording of .wsr to .wsx, so how could I convert my current .wsr files??

    Thanks..

    Oxygen

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    Its how it is converted. I still do not understand about it.

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