High speed wireless LAN prototype of 324 Mbit/sec has been developed. Six channel binding of 802.11a signal on frequecy domain was employed for increasing PHY data rate. Frame aggregation was employed to improve MAC-SAP throughput Individual adaptive data rate setting on each channel, so called adaptive dynamic channel assign was implemented in order to achieve maximum MAC-SAP throughput at any channel condition. In this paper, multiple channel interleaving over all frequency channels for randamization of burst error was presented. Interleaving can be carried out over all channels or inside individual channel. Bit and packet error rate were measured using implemented WLAN equipements with/without multiple channel interleaving. It was confirmed that improvement using multiple channel interleaving were measured to be 2dB.