1. mz831's Avatar
    how far a distance does the wifi feature work till it shuts off or disables
    05-27-08 07:12 PM
  2. Reed McLay's Avatar
    Wifi uses a radio signal between the router and the device.

    Your device can pick up a signal strength of -90dBm out to 100 meters / yards. Unfortunatly, your device does not put out enough power to reach back at that signal level.

    In practice a signal strenth of -78 dBm (30 meters / yards) is usable.
    Last edited by Stoner; 05-28-08 at 11:10 AM.
    05-28-08 11:06 AM
  3. raylol16's Avatar
    Depends if you just have one source or are using repeaters. You can extend a wifi network out pretty good if you are using repeaters but yea you probably got 30 meters I don't know what the conversion is to yard is exactly but I think you got like 50 yards?
    05-28-08 02:15 PM
  4. sunkast's Avatar
    Wifi uses a radio signal between the router and the device.

    Your device can pick up a signal strength of -90dBm out to 100 meters / yards. Unfortunatly, your device does not put out enough power to reach back at that signal level.

    In practice a signal strenth of -78 dBm (30 meters / yards) is usable.
    I'm guessing that your answer isn't quite what the OP was wanting to hear. But that's the way a question like this should be answered.
    05-28-08 02:31 PM
  5. km2783's Avatar
    when connected to any wifi source my phone constantly shows -85dBm, no matter where I go or how far from my router I am. The UMA antenna 'waves' vary from 1-3 but it has never once showed anything else other than -85 under signal strength.

    Of course, it does work so i'm not too concerned.
    06-11-08 05:02 PM
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