Genes MailLists wrote:
Hi Kevin - well kinda but not really ..
Well N supports wide bands - which for sure b/g do not. Don't know
about a as it has been effectively largely deprecated
That doesn't change the frequency ranges in which the access points operate.
It just means they can claim more than one channel. The channels are subsets
of the overall range.
The b/g range is around 2.4 GHz, the a range is around 5.2 GHz. N supports
It would be helpful if you could explain exactly what this choice
to NM - what effect does it have on the connection?
The band + the channel number = the effective frequency.