Originally Posted by RSXHiTMAN
im talking about the small amount of distance between a working and a non working client, 2 feet isnt gonna make a difference from an omni style signal, thats why i asked why do you think your partner wasnt getting kicked off when you were, if his ps3 is working in a small amount of distance in an open space i dont think it will be the frequency thats the problem, im not trying to complicate anything, did you see my networks picture? the whole spectrum in this area is riddled with overlapping, from what ive seen 8 to 10 isnt gonna make much difference, this frequency is overlapping it would require 4 or more steps away, who uses 8 and 10, their practically half overlapping lol, the 2.4 spectrum wasnt made for internet to begin with
First of all, 8 to 10 was an example.
And yes, two clients beside each other can be subject to two different results, due to signal bounce. You can argue all you want, but I do this to feed my family and I've seen it numerous times. Besides, no one else has offered any better solution as of yet.
Have you tried one of these
yet? I've had very good results with these as they take the location of the pc out of the equation because the receiver can be placed on top of the desk
Also, what other electronics are in the room? Phones?