Wifi Legal Power Limit

5/ The output power of a DEMS node transmitter shall not exceed 0.5 watts per 250 kHz. The output power of a DEMS user transmitter shall not exceed 0.04 watts per 250 kHz. The specified transmit power in watts is the peak power of the transmitter measured at the associated antenna input port. The operating power shall at no time exceed the approved power by more than 10% of the permissible wattage. Frequencies between 10 600 and 10 680 MHz are subject to footnote US265 in the frequency allocation table in § 2.106 of the Commission`s implementing rules. Stations authorised before 1 April 2003 to exceed the limit value of 40 dBW may continue to operate indefinitely at their authorised output power, provided that none of the end points of the connection concerned are moved. 13 The maximum transmitter power is limited to 3 watts (5 dBW), unless section 101.115 requires a proportional reduction in the maximum allowable EIRP. The maximum spectral density of the transmit power is limited to 150 mW per 100 MHz. 8 For stations authorized before 11 March 1997 and for non-local multipoint distribution stations authorized on the basis of applications filed on or before 26 June 1998, the transmitter output power shall not exceed 0.050 watts.

[…] Hattem, R. Maximum Wi-Fi transmission power per country. Wolph w.wol.ph/2015/08/28/maximum-wifi-transmission-power-country/ . (f) The following power limits apply to the frequency band 1670-1675 MHz: Since this spectrum is also used by satellite systems, for example: for Earth exploration, CEPT is currently challenging working groups to find harmonized conditions to reduce interference between these systems and a radio local area network (LAN) device such as WLAN/Wi-Fi. Just think of DFS radar detection patterns, appropriate power levels, etc. I cannot tell you how useful this table was. I`m in the US and my router has retained the transmission power. The graph shows that 149 and more are less limited by performance. I changed it to 149 (after checking that no one else was using this channel in the area and PRESTO!!! LIVE SIGNAL!!! I have looked at where the rules of procedure are in the EU document. I finally found this in the 5 GHz documents to which you referred: eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=CELEX:32005D0513 (Article 4.) You have the Linksys AC9500 V1 how can I increase TX performance with firmware? (1) The power of each fixed or base station transmitting in the bands 1995-2000 MHz, 2110-2155 MHz, 2155-2180 MHz or 2180-2200 MHz and located in a county with a population density of 100 persons or less per square mile shall be limited, based on the latest available population statistics from the Census Bureau, to, Please note that this also depends on your antenna, so please note that you do not have the transmission electricity allowed for your location. (a) On each authorized frequency, the average power delivered to an antenna of that service shall be the minimum power required to make the desired communication. The application of this principle includes, among other things, the requirement that a licensee replacing one or more of its antennas with larger antennas reduce its antenna input power by an appropriate amount to compensate for the increased gain of the primary piston of the replacement antenna(s).

In no case shall the average equivalent isotropically radiated power (TIRE) in relation to an isotropic radiator exceed the values given below. In the event of harmful interference, the Commission may, after information and opportunity to be consulted, order a change in the effective radiated power of that station. In addition, the output power of a transmitter on a frequency approved in that service shall not exceed: 3 If an omnidirectional antenna is approved in the band 2150-2160 MHz, the maximum power shall be 60 dBm. 7. Fixed, mobile and portable (portable) stations operating in the 2000-2020 MHz band are limited to 2 watts of EIRP to 2 watts, except that the total power of a portion of a program in the 2000-2005 MHz band shall not exceed 5 milliwatts. An AWS 4 Authority licensee may enter into private operator-to-operator agreements with all licensees from 1995 to 2000 MHz for operation in the years 2000-2005 MHz for outputs greater than 5 milliwatts EIRP; except that the total power of AWS 4 mobile broadcasts cannot exceed 2 watts of the EIRP. 2. The power of any fixed or base station transmitting in the frequency band 3700-3980 MHz and located in a geographic location other than that described in point (j)(1) of this Section shall be limited to an EIRP of 1640 watts/MHz. This limit applies to the total power of all antenna elements in a given sector of a base station. 1W is the limit to the transmitter, but higher amounts of EIRP are allowed for certain types of antennas. A 6 dBi multipoint antenna connected to a 30 dBm (1 W) source delivers an EIRP of 4 W, which is within the legal limit. For point-to-point configurations, much higher limits are specified.

The question is not so much the claim of 2W, but rather where and how 2W is measured. You can try connecting on channels 100 to 140 with your 22 dBi antenna because of the 30 dBm power limit. There`s also 802.11ah (aka Wi-Fi HaLow) for apps below 1GHz, but I didn`t look for ETSI regulations or even devices. (iii) alternative methods. As an alternative to points (c)(4)(i) and (c)(4)(ii) of this Section, LMDS operators may use other methods that have been shown to achieve an equivalent reduction in the average power density received from MSS receivers not subject to GSO. (9) Control stations and mobile stations transmitting in the bands 746-757 MHz, 776-788 MHz and 805-806 MHz and fixed stations transmitting in the bands 787-788 MHz and 805-806 MHz are limited to 30 watts PAR. (2) Fixed stations for guest rooms. For fixed equipment stations at the customer`s premises (CPE) transmitting in the band 2305-2320 MHz or the band 2345-2360 MHz, the peak EIRP shall not exceed 20 watts in an authorized bandwidth of 5 megahertz. Fixed PEC stations transmitting in the band 2305-2320 MHz or in the band 2345-2360 MHz must use automatic transmit power control during operation to ensure that the stations operate at the minimum power required for successful communication.

The use of outdoor antennas for CPE stations or outdoor CED station installations operating at an average EIRP of 2 watts per 5 megahertz or less, using the multi-level pollution mask prescribed in section 27.53(a)(3) is prohibited unless expertly installed in locations within 20 metres of highways or in locations: when it can be demonstrated that the ground output of −44 dBm in blocks A or B or −55 dBm in blocks C or D is not exceeded at the nearest road point. The use of outdoor antennas for fixed EPC stations operating at 2 watts per 5 megahertz or less of the average worst and the emission mask required by § 27.53(a)(1)(i) to (iii) is permitted at all sites. For fixed WCS-CPE with TDD technology, the duty cycle shall not exceed 38 %; According to the madwifi project documentation, it is 18 dBm for 2.4 GHz (63 mW). madwifi-project.org/wiki/UserDocs/CountryCode (8) A licensee operating a base or fixed station in the band 2180-2200 MHz with a power greater than 1640 watts of the EIRP and more than 1640 watts/MHz shall be subject to a prior agreement with all AWS licensees authorized to operate adjacent blocks of spectrum in the band 2180-2200 MHz. (B) The peak power to average power ratio (PAPR) of the output power of the transmitter shall not exceed 13 dB. Measurements of the PNPA should be made either using a complementary cumulative distribution function (DCFC) instrument to determine that the NACP does not exceed 13 dB for more than 0,1 % of the time, or using another method approved by the Commission. The measurement shall be made with a signal corresponding to the highest PNPA expected during periods of continuous transmission. Limitation 1 channels from 100 to 140 are part of the U-NII-2e band and have an EIRP power limit of 30 dBm (1000 mW) for TPC and 27 dBm (500 mW) for non-TPC devices This is no longer correct (and Cisco has removed this appendix in newer versions). All EU Member States are now bound by the EC Directive (2014) on the use of 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz channels and power limits. Ubiquiti GUI has predefined different country profiles.

The permissible output power depends on the profile and frequency of the selected country. I saw that there is a difference between the Sweden and Germany country profiles, in my case it is the German profile, which hardly creates a usable bridge connection. 12. For transmissions in the frequency bands 746-757 and 776-787 MHz, licensees may use equipment that conforms either to the measurement techniques described in item (b)(11) of this section or to an average performance method approved by the Commission.