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honda

I guess if one wants to use his 11n AP in 40Mhz mode, he can choose a 5G (a-band) AP. In 2.4G band, many AP can be locked in 40Mhz mode(Netgear...), but it's not very practical as you wrote though. IEEE 802.11n draft even don't want 40Mhz in 2.4G band, they want to keep the scalibility of 11n. With 20Mhz set APs, operator could use three independent channel as you wrote, that could enable them to deploy the "cell" network and expand their 11n coverage.

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