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Title: ASUS PCE cant detect 5ghz network
ID: /2018/12/10/ASUS-PCE-cant-detect-5ghz-network
Created: December 10, 2018
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Sounds the same as this problem: Wireless lost ability to use 5GHz (PCE-AC68)

The answer there says:

I had the same problem as you, and I just found the problem. The 5Ghz
network was set to choose automatically the channel, one day it
changed to a channel with an high number and my card wasn’t able to
find the network anymore.

So just check in your router if the network has an high number channel
and change it back to a lower one (now I’m with channel 40 and it’s
working fine) and check if you can now find again the network.

I’ve also open a bug report in the bcmwl package page, if this is the
problem click on the β€œThis bug affect you” button in this page

I hope I have helped you.

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