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What do 802.11a Low Band, 802.11a Mid Band & 802.11a High Band signify?

Hello Experts, 

On issuing "Show 802.11a", Could see the 802.11a  Low band, Mid Band and High Band are enabled. What do these signify?

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Re: What do 802.11a Low Band, 802.11a Mid Band & 802.11a High Band signify?

Those are referring to UNII-1 (CH36-48), UNII-2 (CH52-64) & UNII-3 (CH149-161) channels in 5GHz spectrum. Note that each band get different regulatory restrictions, see below for example.(in ETSI, no UNII-3 channels allowed)

UNII-Power.JPG

Refer this Ciscolive presentation for more details.

 

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Rasika

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Re: What do 802.11a Low Band, 802.11a Mid Band & 802.11a High Band signify?

Those are referring to UNII-1 (CH36-48), UNII-2 (CH52-64) & UNII-3 (CH149-161) channels in 5GHz spectrum. Note that each band get different regulatory restrictions, see below for example.(in ETSI, no UNII-3 channels allowed)

UNII-Power.JPG

Refer this Ciscolive presentation for more details.

 

HTH

Rasika

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Re: What do 802.11a Low Band, 802.11a Mid Band & 802.11a High Band signify?

Thank you as always Rasika for wonderful responses.


I wondered that it could mean the same. However wants to cross confirm. 

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Re: What do 802.11a Low Band, 802.11a Mid Band & 802.11a High Band signify?

UNII-1, UNII-2/2E, UNII-3 channels.
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