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Rx Neighbors & Co-channel Infterference

Hi all,

With an 802.11G WLAN if my AP's can see 1 or more AP's on the same channel as itself within Rx Neighbours could this be a indication of co-channel interference? - Or would this only be the case if the RSSI of the Rx Neighbor on the same channel was above a certain level?

Thanks,

Neil

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Re: Rx Neighbors & Co-channel Infterference

AP has a neighbor on same channel for 2.4 GHz radio, with power. These reports on possible co-channel interference. This may or may not be relevant depending on power and application used. AP has a neighbor on same channel for 5 GHz radio, with power. These reports on possible co-channel interference. This may or may not be relevant depending on power and application used. AP has a neighbor on an adjacent channel for X GHz radio, with power. This reports possible adjacent channel interference, which may be disruptive depending on how far is the AP on channel distance, and the power received

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