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    Default graph

    How do I change the graph?

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    Which graph are you talking about, and how would you like to 'change' it?

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    The checkmarks in the table will change what the graphs draw. You can also use filters to shorten the list in the top too.

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    in the demo video is shows the graph in a smooth arc....not a flat table top looking thing like mine shows.


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    The demo video was made with an older version of inSSIDer. The shape is determined by the maximum rate available in a wireless service set.

    Any WLAN with a maximum rate of 12 or greater will be drawn with a flat top. Rates 1, 2, 5.5 and 11 will be drawn with a curve. This is due to the modulation used in the actual spectrum. See the following link: Flat or Curved Tops

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    I got the same issue on a rate of 18.
    Parabolic signal everything above 20 has got a flat line.

    What is the influence of a signal with flat line and parabolic form if they are on the same channel not to far from each other?
    Is the parabolic signal being pushed away the hard way?

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    Last edited by sponske; 01-30-2013 at 03:28 AM.

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    Generally speaking, round shapes in inSSIDer are 802.11b networks, and flat tops are 802.11g networks. 802.11b creates quite a bit more noise across the band than 802.11g does. Take a look at this screenshot:



    Even though the 802.11g network is at the opposite end of the band, the 802.11b is still almost taking it over!

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