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5G Dropouts

drjanmw
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Re: 5G Dropouts

htismaqe wrote:
Yep. That's the other thing - the 5Ghz spectrum is VERY large in comparison to the 2.4Ghz.

"As you go up the spectrum, the output power goes up along with the frequency. As Jim suggested, you'll get the best range when using the highest channels. I believe the Netgear defaults to 151".


Hi, I am new to this forum. I have a new Netgear N600 wireless dual band Gigabit modem/router. I am also having issues with no access to the 5G . How would I go about changing the "channel" to see if my devices can then see it. My modem/router is upstairs and I just purchased and installed a Netgear booster to see if that will help. Any other suggestions are appreciated!
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jmizoguchi
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Re: 5G Dropouts

Are you certain that device you are trying to connect has 5Ghz support?
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