StephenB wrote:Since the WiFi channels overlap, and since 802.11n (and some "superG" routers use channel bonding) it is often hard to tell what channel is best from a simple list.
For instance, if your neighbor uses channel 1, normally the next higher independent channel is channel 6. But if they are using channel bonding, the next higher independent channel might be channel 11. inSSIDer gives you a graphical look at the spectrum use, which is helpful.
Of course none of these tools will spot bluetooth interference, etc. they only can show wifi. Those other devices can also create interference.
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