Channel "A" is not 802.11a, it's hexadecimal for 10. B is 11, and C
is 12 and so on.
On 13/09/2006, at 10:26 PM, Erik Winkler wrote:
and it scanned the "a" channels in Kismac. I did not detect any "a" access points, so I don't know if it actually works. Something built into the Atheros drivers that gives it access to the "a" frequencies.