Quote Originally Posted by irvsp View Post
Sorry, I don't understand your answer? I do know that when channels are bonded you do see the +. You've not explained why when the bandwidth channel is 40Mhz that channel is not shown but the CENTER channel (see URL http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11n-2009, see 40 MHz in 2.4 GHz) which is the MEAN of the Primary channel (used for b/g devices) and the Secondary channel (used for N devices). If this is the case as you say, then I should be both channels reported, as 7 + 11, not the median of 9?

Irv S.
Yes, I can't explain why the center channel is being reported instead of both channels. That should not be happening, you should be seeing 7 + 11 (or 11 + 7 depending). The only thing I can think of is that the WiFi adapter driver is lying to Windows about the channel number?