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hi, I see a list of over around 10-12 consecutive packets(without any mac in the middle) with the same exact mac timestamp and a block ack after all these packets. Does this mean all these packets were sent as a single block after aggregation? It will be really useful if anyone can throw some light over it. Would MIMO have anything to do with this? Looking forward to some suggestions.

Thank you Srinivas

asked 11 May '12, 13:41

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edited 16 Jun '12, 19:47

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