Most consumer devices are not certified to use the DFS band because of the
extra hoops the manufactures have to go thru.

ROKU is one that we ran into that can't use the dfs band.  Lots of phones
too.

-Sean

On Friday, October 14, 2016, Eric Muehleisen <ericm...@gmail.com> wrote:

> On occasion we see DFS events on our outdoor WISP network. It's rare, but
> does happen. It's understandable since we use high gain sector antennas and
> AP's with great receive sensitivity. Not to mention these are outdoor
> radios with direct view of the sky.
>
> On the other hand, we are seeing 802.11ac home routers with DFS
> capabilities. The router indoors has all sort of built in attenuation,
> walls, obstacles, etc. Would you expect to see DFS events, if any, in this
> scenario?
>
>
>

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