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What deployment flaw could cause this problem?

Given: Two co-located 802.11b/g/n APs can interfere with one another and cause contention and
collisions, even when the two APs are operating on non-overlapping channels (e.g. 1 & 6).
What deployment flaw could cause this problem? (Choose two)

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A.
The access points are mounted too closely to one another.

B.
Reflective objects in the area are causing significant multipath.

C.
A client station is using active scanning to probe for access points on multiple channels.

D.
The output power on the access points is too high.

E.
A client station authenticates to both access points, but does not associate.

F.
The access points are not synchronized to the same NTP server.

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