Hm, we need to use MIN(rxmax) and MAX(density) regardless, right?
If an AP is transmitting to a STA that has a lower rxmax or higher
density, it should obey that.
The same rules apply for mesh, ibss, tdma operational modes.
So yes, what we should do is:
* initialise rxmax/density with the VAP capabilities
* track what the remote node rxmax/density is
* have a couple of functions that return the density and rxmax based
on the destination node and current VAP config
* teach the 11n drivers to use that.
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