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How far does wi-fi signal strength go? Any idea?


Arne Hess

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Several meters to several kilometers, depends on the equipment and location.

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Registered: 13.04.2010
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A wireless router's antenna technology generally determines its WiFi signal strength and hence its range. Generally speaking, 802.11g  wireless routers offer better WiFi range than comparable 802.11b  units due to improved antennas.


Last edited by powwownowus (13.04.2010 11:24:39)

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