Do non-overlapping channels overlap?

We all know the "non-overlapping" channels 1/6/11 in 2.4GHz (5GHz matter is similar). Do they really not overlap? I keep bumping into this in conversations, and would like to create a point of reference (with pictures) instead of having to repeat same old over and over. Since we a dealing with broadband technology, the signal... Continue Reading →

Wi-Fi Riddles: Invisible 40MHz

A while ago I stayed in a small hotel that, had virtually all the problems of 'small hotel wi-fi' (including unresponsive one-device-per-room hotspot and lack of support outside of business hours. How many people stay at the hotel inside the business hours?). This is very typical of a WLAN installation made by a small local... Continue Reading →

Wi-Fi, the unobvious and overlooked: Power.

Everyone nowadays buys 'super-fast' 802.11n or 802.11ac APs, but not everyone manages to get super-fast connection with them. In this article we'll discuss the not-so-obvious or often overlooked nuances that can substantially improve (or impair) the Wi-Fi connection. Everything below is applicable both to small home networks with off-the-shelf consumer-grade routers using stock and advanced... Continue Reading →

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