Wireless channel architecture

15 pts.
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802.11n
IT architecture
Networking
Wireless Architecture
Wireless data transmission systems
Wireless networking
In your article of designing 802.11n, you state 'Channel architecture: Nearly all products use multiple channels to create micro-cells, but at least two vendors use a single channel to create one big RF layer. The latter clearly cuts roam time when clients move, but trade-offs are hotly debated.' What are teh trade-offs that are hotly debated and where can I find articles to read? Thanks (enjoy your articles and tips)

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