Which vendors are you talking about. Are you planing to add support for any of 
them.

We have a UHF wifi pilot project and was thinking of doing a frequency down 
convert to UHF.

Johann

On Monday 22 July 2013 10:35:27 Adrian Chadd wrote:
> Well, the UHF stuff is available now and vendors are making cards for
> them. I'm happy just mapping them to 2.4GHz channels for now but it
> severely restricts the channels (ie, spacing/width) we can use in that
> range.
> 
> 
> 
> adrian
> 
> On 22 July 2013 07:40, Johannes Berg <johan...@sipsolutions.net> wrote:
> > On Wed, 2013-07-17 at 10:42 -0700, Adrian Chadd wrote:
> >
> >> * 420MHz
> >> * 700MHz
> >> * 900MHz (which we already have, due to history);
> >> * 3.6GHz
> >> * 4.9GHz
> >
> > 3.6 should have been defined in the spec recently, 4.9 surely is defined
> > already (though the whole stack will have to support the
> > dot11ChannelStartingFactor)
> >
> > The others are kinda non-standard extensions, and you probably won't
> > even be able to properly support them since they're kinda
> > pretend-handled like 2.4 GHz.
> >
> > johannes
> >
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