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    I ran across this signal in a medical clinic. This signal appears to be centered at 2.480 GHz - Zigbee channel 26 - between 2.4 GHz channels 13 and 14. Does this signal look familiar to anyone?

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    Last edited by barry.thomas@ggclinic.com; 02-11-2011 at 03:17 PM.

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    Strangely, it looks like a 802.11g access point with the side angles it puts out. It may gave been a malfunctioning one just happened yo be located on channel 26.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barry.thomas@ggclinic.com View Post
    I ran across this signal in a medical clinic. This signal appears to be centered at 2.480 GHz - Zigbee channel 26 - between 2.4 GHz channels 13 and 14. Does this signal look familiar to anyone?

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    haven't seen anything like that. I wouldn't say it is a 802.11g ap however. the MHz width width is off and there is no Wi-Fi channel available at that center MHz.

    It could be a zigbee device, however it looks like you found it yourself at one point. I noticed the waterfall (and current) indicated that you were really close to the transmitter

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