They claim the power can be raised with a non-standard firmware, although most sites recommend using 250mW max, and using a fan if you put it at 400Mw. The firmware is from
I have no idea if it works, but it appears to be quite popular. I was more worried about the quality of the components, some makes have gone very downhill. I have an ASUS-based router by my knee that's been working for 11 years, and a encore hub I've had to change
3 times in the last 2 years. Do you have any idea on how Mw and antenna db relate to range ? It seems obvious to me that a 24db antenna will have more range than a 2db one, but there must be some kind of limit as to how much power it would be practical to use. And to how big an antenna can be, if you don't have much power. As far as I know, there are no legal limits to power where I live in Brazil. 's PS Thanks for the links
You are forgetting that communication is a two way operation and no matter how much power you can transmit you are dependent on the the other site having sufficient power for you to receive a workable signal. There are numerous link calculators available on the web for you to get some idea of what different combinations can achieve. but there must be some kind of limit as to how much power
ITU compliant countries do tend to have restrictions in place. I don't read Portuguese but you may find the limits here:-
I confirmed this in a forum letter. Detachable antennas with standard connectors are always a good feature, even if it's just to stick a cheap 5db antenna on. My netgear WGR614v9 apparently does not have this "feature".
Good. They all come with third party firmware, with all sorts of filtering , logging and load sharing built in here in Brazil. All included in the price. So a good buy. TY 's