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Wireless power limit
I am attempting to find out what the maximum power limitations for wireless equipment (900/2400/5800) are here in NZ and how is it measured, ie output of the AP or total ERP from antenna.
If anyone can help it would be most appreciated.
As far as I understand, you want to use maximum power rate of your access point (AP), but don't know whether it is allowed by goverment law. Well, you have to turn into the organization which controlls radio frequency distribution. For example, in my country (Ukraine) it is Ukrchastotnadzor. According to its resolution, it is possible free to use any Wi-Fi devices, wich antenna is interior and output power no more than 100 mW. By the way, it have to be only 802.11b/g standards, because 802.11a is denied in our country. Otherwise, it is need to registration of APs. So it goes.
In order to measure your APs output power, you have to connect it to the radio power measuring device (I think all kind of radio spectrum analisers have this option). If you use amplifire, you have to connect output antenna amplifier's cutoff point to measuring device, of course.
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