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lifan
 Post subject: 2.4GHz
Posted: Wed Apr 12, 2006 10:27 pm 
 
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功率16DBM,带宽60MHz,可以做到100M吗?谢谢!

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nubbage
 Post subject: 2.4GHz etc
Posted: Thu Apr 13, 2006 7:01 am 
 
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I wish I could write in Japanese like Iifan


 
   
 
lifan
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Posted: Tue Apr 18, 2006 9:35 pm 
 
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No,I write in Chinese .

I mean that the power is 16 dbm,bandwidth is 60 MHz, can I reach 100m?

the RX sensitivity is -82 dbm

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 Post subject: 2.4GHz
Posted: Wed May 10, 2006 2:37 am 
 
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I am sorry for the language confusion. I also wish I could write in Mandarin.

The answer to your question is yes, the range is OK even assuming no antenna gain at each end.
The flat fade margin will be about 18dB, but over a 60MHz bandwidth you should expect to see dispersion fading if the reflection point on the ground (or any other object along the path) is visible from both ends.






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