Re: IEEE 802.11-USB adapters with RTL8187L
From: "Andrew M.A. Cater" <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2014 17:06:51 +0000
> It doesn't _have_ to be metallic - a small dish shaped "thing" in any material
> that isn't actually RF lossy may show some focussing effect. It also doesn't have
> to be solid - for some RF frequencies, chicken wire with big air holes in it will
> also work correctly. Two biscuit tin lids will make a "good enough" corner reflector.
From: Bzzzz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2014 19:28:37 +0200
> ... check your local regulations for EIRP max power, as 1.5W is way beyond
> most of countries legislations (ie: UE has an EIRP of 100mW).
The relevant limit in Canada and the USA appears to be 1 W.
(For both Debian and Windows!)
A laptop marketed in Canada or the USA might be illegal for
use in Europe, even if Debian is replaced with LiMux?
Power density should be more pertinent to interference than
total radiated power. Location should also be pertinent.
In an urban location, the neighbour can be a few m away whereas
in a rural location the neighbour can be half a km away.
But reference to density and location might introduce unaccepable
Thanks for the replies, ... Peter E.
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