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    Default 5-gHz Unknown Signature

    Hi people- I am new to the forum and I have recently been testing 5gHz against a Cisco 3700 40mHz at one of conference rooms. Though no complaints were brought to my attention I noticed the 2 forms of interference one @ 5212.0Mhz through 5247.6Mhz during it's transmission I saw 48% utilization on channels 44 48. See attachment of signature. I verified that there was no interference within the Conference room from any AV equipment.

    The other signature I captured in the same location which to me defo looks like a Video transmitter or possibly a 5.8 hand set??? Can anyone give me any signature details on the attachments please free to ask for full spectrum

    Thanks Lads and Lasses
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    First picture is this typical of MIMO-OFDM signatures?

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    Ignore first picture after more spectrum I verified 40mhz OFDM he second picture looks a lot like out of band/5.8 can someone please verify

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