[MLB-WIRELESS] Anyone had experience with how far (km) using external antennas a 802.11a can go as we know 802.11b can go about 25km.

Tony Langdon tlangdon at atctraining.com.au
Wed Oct 16 16:22:03 EST 2002

> Outdoor use of 802.11a is illegal. They fall under the LIPD licence ..

Depends what band they're on, but it seems most (all?) current devices are
using the 5.2 GHz band, which is illegal to use outdoors, as you state.

Devices running in the 5.8 GHz band _can_ be used outdoors at up to 1W EIRP.

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