01-16-2011, 05:10 PM
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Join Date: Aug 2010
know these, wireless g devices always works better than wireless N cos wireless g do have more transmit power due to their speed which is mostly 54M but wireless N have speed from 150 - 300m and as result of this "they expend more power trying to push this speed".
also due to the high speed, power is reduced so as not to cause interference, cos high speed and high power will definitely lead to overheating, instability and performance degradations so cos of this most wireless N devices have power ratings of 200 - 300mW as against wireless g that can go as high as 600mW.
if u really want range which in turn equals more TX power,, as compared to speed i suggest u go for wireless g.
also all antennas are calibrated with power gain ratings in dbi, and for antennas to achieve this maximum ratings they need to be powered up with a satisfactory amount of current passing thru the radio device to the antennas.
so if u have a big and good antenna but still is not outputting good performance then definitely the power sent to the antenna by the attached device is quite low thereby not powering the antenna properly.