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GapSense unclogs WiFi channels

4/15/2013 04:01 AM EDT
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WKetel
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re: GapSense unclogs WiFi channels
WKetel   4/21/2013 2:51:40 AM
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Software to sense a clear frequency is of very marginal value if there is no clear frequency to sense. Once all of the channels are full, then who comes on next?

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re: GapSense unclogs WiFi channels
DrQuine   4/24/2013 1:40:59 AM
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Has the simple solution already been implemented across the industry: check to identify the least used channel and move there? It seems to me that WiFi devices only use one or two of the available channels.

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