Linux Wifi

A guide to tuning your wifi for adverse conditions.

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The designers of 802.11 placed all the channels as closely together as possible, on the 50% power transitions. In theory, this means two channels will never interfere with each other. But only when all other things are equal. In practice, if your AP is on channel 2 and your neighbor's is on channel 1, you will not be able to use your wifi when in your neighbor's house. Your signal is too far away and too attenuated. (In some cases you get around with a directional antenna.)

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