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What is the save max Tx Power setting for WRT320N in DD-WRT?

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I would say, by experience (I am running this router with DD-WRT for about two weeks now), it is around 150mW.

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The old WRT54GS was 100 mW, but I believe with third-party firmware you could crank it up to 150 mW (the waveform got sloppy if you did that, though). So, this sounds about right. – Alexander Burke Mar 13 '10 at 6:49

I find that even at the stock 70 mW (or whatever it is) it starts to just stop working and requires a restart. I've been dialing it back to around 45mW and that seems to work. It is also very well ventilated, fyi.

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This wireless dual band router has a max TX rate of 270 mpbs.

MAX. TX RATE - 270 Mbps


WIRELESS STANDARD 802.11a,802.11b,802.11g,802.11n,

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No, no ... I was wondering about "Tx power" setting in DD-WRT firmware - transmitting power in [mW]. – Peter Stegnar Mar 4 '10 at 15:40

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