[MLB-WIRELESS] Meraki Minis

Dan Flett conhoolio at hotmail.com
Thu May 24 23:01:56 EST 2007

The TX power is 18dBm - it can be lowered but not raised.  So no "power
boosting" without an external amp.  I don't know what the RX sensitivity is.
But atheros radios are generally pretty good.

After a google I found this page:

It says the Meraki rx sensitivity is -90 @ 802.11b 1MBps.  I don't know
where he got those figures though.



> -----Original Message-----
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> samiam at air-stream.org
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> Subject: Re: [MLB-WIRELESS] Meraki Minis
> > For the details, check out:
> > http://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=9900&p=2
> Nice work on the expect script Dan
> life is meant to be easy, and that script has made the meraki 
> that much more accessible for OSLR and point to point 
> quagga-ese networking
> id be interested to see how the meraki takes off as a device
> now the software side is sorted there is one remaining question
> how does the radio sensitivity and transmit power rate?
> I presume its sweet with atheros madwifi goodness.
> sam
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