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How to decipher MCS that are represented in specifications of Ubiquity Bullet M2HP device?

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I'D like to discover what means those MCS0...MC7 of 802.11n standart in the chart of my wi-fi device? The chart with specifications is included in the attachment.bm2hp-datasheet1.pdf
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MCS rates are 802.11n data-rates.  Instead of simply saying 36Mbps, or 54Mbps like 802.11g or 802.11a does, they are substituted with a name, such as MCS1, MCS5, etc...
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