Which Wireless card has stronger signal: WMP300N or WUSB300N ?

Discussion in 'Wireless Internet' started by Michael B., Nov 15, 2007.

  1. Michael B.

    Michael B. Guest

    I have been looking over the data sheets for these two Linksys wireless
    802.11n Draft 2.0 cards, and am wondering if one has a better signal
    strength range than the other?

    WMP300N is the PCI version of the adapter and here is what is listed for it
    from the SPEC sheet:

    Transmitted Power 802.11g: 12±1dBm (Typical); Wireless-N: 10±1dBm (Typical)
    Receive Sensitivity 54Mbps @ -70dBm (Typical); Wireless-N @ -70dBm (Typical)

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    WUSB300N is the USB version of the adapter and here is what is listed for it
    from the SPEC sheet:

    RF Pwr (EIRP) in dBm 802.11b: 14±1dBm (Typical)
    802.11g: 14±1dBm (Typical)
    Wireless-N: 14±1dBm (Typical)

    Receive Sensitivity in dBm 11Mbps @ -86dBm (Typical)
    54Mbps @ -68dBm (Typical)
    Wireless-N @ -62dBm (Typical)
     
    Michael B., Nov 15, 2007
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