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XTREME MJ survives Hurricane Irma! Read one customer's experience (September 2017):
"We've owned a Bad Boy (Xtreme) MJ for about 3 years now, and it has been a highly valuable device on board. We've got it installed at the top of the mast, riveted in on the provided L bracket. We are located in St Maarten where we recently took a huge Category 5 direct hit with over 200MPH/360KPH winds. I'm happy to report the Bad Boy, with antenna, is still mounted at the top of the mast. Suffice to say, your product is pretty robust. Thanks again!" - Derek, s/y ARAVILLA

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dBm to Watt Conversion Table

dBm Watts dBm Watts dBm Watts
0 1.0 mW 16 40 mW 32 1.6 W
1 1.3 mW 17 50 mW 33 2.0 W
2 1.6 mW 18 63 mW 34 2.5 W
3 2.0 mW 19 79 mW 35 3.2 W
4 2.5 mW 20 100 mW 36 4.0 W
5 3.2 mW 21 126 mW 37 5.0 W
6 4 mW 22 158 mW 38 6.3 W
7 5 mW 23 200 mW 39 8.0 W
8 6 mW 24 250 mW 40 10 W
9 8 mW 25 316 mW 41 13 W
10 10 mW 26 398 mW 42 16 W
11 13 mW 27 500 mW 43 20 W
12 16 mW 28 630 mW 44 25 W
13 20 mW 29 800 mW 45 32 W
14 25 mW 30 1.0 W 46 40 W
15 32 mW 31 1.3 W 47 50 W

As defined in FCC part 15.247(i), the power transmitted by a Wi-Fi device to an antenna can only have a maximum power level of 30dBm (1W).

The FCC does allow a maximum of 36dBm (4W) Effective Isotropic Radiated Power (EIRP) out the antenna (i.e. 28dBm transmitter plus 8dBi antenna gain). Transmitted power must be configured correctly to prevent potential interference problems due to the  EIRP exceeding the limits as defined in FCC part 15.247(i). See the topic on FCC Regulation for further information.


 

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