Today, mostly the wireless LAN is based on preset static channel widths. Considering unique benefits of adapting channel width, which is a fundamental yet under-explored facet in wireless communication, We carried out investigations on the performance of suggested scenario, which are based on IEEE 802.11 and composed of different number of nodes with different channel width (10MHz, 20 MHz and 40 MHz) associated to one AP. This research work makes a strong case for wireless systems that adapt channel width in WLAN. Adapting channel width offers rich possibilities for improving system performance. This thesis provides an outlook of the aforementioned issues associated with wireless communication for instance, fairness problem among users associated to same AP and hidden terminal problem. Some issues are investigated and analyzed with Matlab tool. We found that the variable channel width increases the range of communication, providing the users with the required spectrum, which offers a natural way to both improve flow fairness and balance the load across the APs. Also the increase in channel width increases the throughput of suggested scenario compare to the fixed channel width. In our future work, we also provide possible solutions to the new problems in WLAN with variable channel width.