Hello everyone. A couple of questions:

1) Can I treat the readings from wispy as the noise floor (or ambient interference level, to avoid confusions) so that the a channel with low readings represents a good choice to use for communication?

2) What is the relationship between the Average graph and Topographic graph? I mean the average is straightforward to understand. But how are the value forming Topographic graph calculated? And if I am right in 1), which of them more accurately reflect the channel quality?

3) Is there any correlation between value captured by wispy and RSSI value? If so, are they consistent with RSSI of received packets or the RSSI value in the register of nearby node when no communication is going on (i.e. the noise floor)?

Thanks very much. Any reply is greatly appreciated!

Peng