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    Default Unknown Interference

    HI Team

    Pls help to identify the unknown Interference.
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    Please attach the wsx file for better viewing.
    Old Mod by the Sea

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    The .wsx File size is 4.87MB, unable to upload. Should i mail to support mail ID.

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    Create a smaller file that shows the signals of interest.

    Have you checked the signals against the signatures in Chanalyzer?
    Old Mod by the Sea

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    I have checked the signature but not found anything.

    Uploaded the file by Winzip & added the extension of .wsx. Once downloaded, Pls remove the .wsx extension & unzip the file.

    I am not at customer site & not possible to collect the new capture.
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    The signal seems to match an 802.11 b/g signature on channel 6.

    The green line is an 802.11 b/g channel 6 signature that seems to fit the signal with which you are concerned.
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    What is the meaning of signature 802.11b/g ?

    My Guess , Lot of AP's are on same channel & creating the interference.

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    It means that the unknown signal matches that of an 802.11b or 802.11g wireless transmitting source.

    The bottom line is that if you are using channel 6 and the unknown source is also using channel 6 they will not interfere with each other. They will be aware of each other and cooperate according to protocol.
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