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DOT11_SUPPORTED_DATA_RATES_VALUE_V2 (Compact 2013)

3/26/2014

The DOT11_SUPPORTED_DATA_RATES_VALUE_V2 structure specifies a list of transmit and receive data rates for a PHY on the 802.11 station.


typedef struct _DOT11_SUPPORTED_DATA_RATES_VALUE_V2 {
  UCHAR  ucSupportedTxDataRatesValue[255];
  UCHAR  ucSupportedRxDataRatesValue[255];
} DOT11_SUPPORTED_DATA_RATES_VALUE_V2, *PDOT11_SUPPORTED_DATA_RATES_VALUE_V2;

ucSupportedTxDataRatesValue

An array of the transmit data rates supported by the Physical Layer Convergence Procedure (PLCP) and Physical Media Dependent (PMD) sublayer of the PHY

ucSupportedRxDataRatesValue

An array of the receive data rates supported by the PLCP and PMD of the PHY

Each entry in the ucSupportedTxDataRatesValue and ucSupportedRxDataRatesValue arrays must have a data rate index value as defined for the ucDataRateIndex member of the DOT11_DATA_RATE_MAPPING_ENTRY structure. Each entry in these arrays must match a ucDataRateIndex member from the table of data rates returned through a query of OID_DOT11_DATA_RATE_MAPPING_TABLE. The index value must be between 2 and 127.

If the number of supported rates in either array is less than 255, the miniport driver must add an entry with a value of zero after the last data rate in the array. For example, if the 802.11 station supports only four transmit data rates, the miniport driver must set ucSupportedTxDataRatesValue[0..3] with the four transmit rates and set ucSupportedTxDataRatesValue[4] to zero.

Header

windot11.h

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