Another issue on my A-LINK 54Mbit/s USB stick, which is recognized as 
follows in 2.6.20-grade kernel (actually 2.6.20-1.rt2.0111 on FC6):

I started with AP 1, then moved (with the WLAN interface enabled, only 
30 meters) next to another AP 2.  AP 1 is still heard with ~20/100 
Link quality and ~15/100 Signal level.

The driver doesn't seem to switch to using the new AP.  I'd expect 
this to happen automatically.  Should this work or is this a missing 

Cycling the interface up and down fixes this and I get 98/100 Link 
quality and 53/100 signal level.

(FWIW, as a comparison point with an Orinoco PCMCIA card, TX power (or 
antenna) or RX sensitivity seem to be very much lower.  With an AP 15 
meters away (indoors), I get 31/100 Link quality and 14/100 Signal 
level seems to result in about 10-20% duplicate responses to "ping" 
packets.  With orinoco, quality was better.)

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