Use WirelessNetView

I have download the WirelessNetView but I have not idea how to make use of the info to final tune my  APs.

1. What's the usage for Channel Frequency, Channel Number, RSSI ? How can it tell whether my AP interfere with each other ?

2. I have several APs installed in a big hall. Should I need to adjust Channel Frequency , Channel Number, .... to ensure maximum transmission for each AP.

3. There are basic transfer rates column (6.5, 19.5) and Other transfer rate columns (16,53,39,19.5, 156, 18,24,36,48,54) , What does it tell ?
Any advices or points for consideration are  appreciate
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eeRootCommented:
Channel Frequency & Channel Number are the established radio frequencies that can be used.  
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_WLAN_channels

RSSI is the strength of the signal
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Received_signal_strength_indication

Neighboring AP's (those that are close to each other) should be on different channels.  Older AP's needed to be set manually, but most modern APs' will automatically select a channel with the lowest usage.  If you see a lot of APs' on the same channel, check their config for a auto tuning feature.

I believe the two transfer rate columns show transfer rates that the access point is advertising it can handle, versus other transfer rate standards that are not being detected or advertised.
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