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IEEEEIRE, IE, EDEE, REE, EPEE, ERE, EWE, IRE, WEE, EEO, EOE, IVER, BEER, DEER, JEER, LEER, PEER, SEER, VEER, WEER, BEE, DEE, EEC, EEG, ENE, ESE, EDE, EVE, FEE, ICE, IKE, IVE, LEE, SEE, EEK, EEL, EKE, EYE, GEE, NEE, PEE, TEE, E'ER, AILEE, AIMEE, I'VE, IKEY, IVIE, IDEA, ILEA, RHEE, GHEE, KNEE, THEE, WHEE, NE'ER, E'EN [1] 802.11b [2] (WiFi [3]) uses DSSSSSS, DOSS, DIS'S, ASS'S [4], using 22MHz of
bandwidth (passband) to transmit data with speeds of up to 11Mb/sec. A
WiFiWife, Fifi, Wini [5] system can use any of 13 22MHz-wide sub-channels across the
allocated 83.5MHz of the 2.4GHz frequency band, however most equipment
commonly available in Australia is designed for the 11 channel
American market.

22MHz wide Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum, 5MHz channel spacing.

CHANNEL
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

As such, there are only three non-overlapping channels: 1, 7 & 11.

(Source: Queensland Digital Group)

Links:
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[1] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?IEEE
[2] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?802.11b
[3] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?WiFi
[4] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?DSSS
[5] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?WiFi

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