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Hi guys, I would like to ask for opinions with regards to Single Channel Architecture, especially on the 2.4 Ghz channels? I happen to frequently deploy in territories where unfortunately, 2.4ghz is pretty predominant.
As I have not come across a deployment that uses Single Channel Architecture (SCA), I need to deploy wifi in a high density environment, I am concerned that putting too many APs with 2.4 radios. I am under the impression that if I were to use the (SCA) I could avert issues like stickiness and stuff. Also since 2.4ghz channels are highly congested anyway, it seems that SCA poses more advantages than a typical multichannel Architecture (MCA)