AX411 Access Point Channels and Frequency Support

Table 21 shows the 2.4 GHz channels and center frequencies supported by the access point. Each channel is 22 MHz wide, and the channels are (with one exception) spaced 5 MHz apart, so adjacent channels will overlap and interfere with each other. The usual practice is to use non-overlapping channels such as 1, 6, and 11.

The exception to the 5 MHz spacing is channel 14, which is separated from channel 13 by 12 MHz. Channel 14 is used only in Japan.

Table 21: AX411 Access Point 2.4 GHz Channels and Frequencies

Channel

Center Frequency (MHz)

1

2412

2

2417

3

2422

4

2427

5

2432

6

2437

7

2442

8

2447

9

2452

10

2457

11

2462

12

2467

13

2472

14

2484

Table 22 shows the 5 GHz channels and center frequencies supported by the access point. Each channel is either 20 MHz or 40 MHz wide, depending on mode. The channels spacing varies between 5 and 45 MHz, so adjacent channels will often overlap and interfere with each other. As with 2.4 GHz channels, the usual practice is to use only non-overlapping channels.

Table 22: AX411 Access Point 5 GHz Channels and Frequencies

Channel

Center Frequency (MHz)

36

5180

38

5190

40

5200

42

5210

44

5220

46

5230

48

5240

52

5260

56

5280

60

5300

64

5320

100

5500

104

5520

108

5540

112

5560

116

5580

120

5600

124

5620

128

5640

132

5660

136

5680

140

5700

149

5745

153

5765

157

5785

161

5805

165

5825

183

4915

184

4920

185

4925

187

4935

188

4940

189

4945

192

4960

196

4980

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