What is the maximum omnidirectional equivalent transmit power of the Wi-Fi interfaces on the WLAN subcard

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The maximum omnidirectional equivalent transmit power of the WLAN Subcard Wi-Fi interfaces is 20 dBm (100 mW).

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What WLAN standards do the Wi-Fi interfaces on the WLAN subcard support
Wi-Fi interfaces on the WLAN subcard comply with IEEE 802.11n, 802.11g, and 802.11b, and provide a maximum transmission rate of 300 Mbit/s.

What standards does the Wi-Fi function of the WLAN subcard comply with
The Wi-Fi function of the WLAN subcard complies with the following standards: ETS 300-328 (Europe), and FCC 15.247 (US), and No. 353 of China's Radio Management Committee.

What are the relationship and difference between WLAN and Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi is a trademark of the Wireless Local Area Networks Alliance (WLANA). It is actually not a standard and only ensures that products using this trademark can interoperate with each other. As most Wi-Fi products use the IEEE 802.11b standard, Wi-Fi usually refers to 802.11b. Wi-Fi is a new technology that uses the WLAN protocol. Wi-Fi can provide wireless coverage in an area with a radius of up to 90 m (300 inches), while the WLAN can provide wireless coverage in an area with a radius 5 km (with antennas used). The biggest advantage of Wi-Fi is its high transmission speed (up to 11 Mbit/s). Wi-Fi is a short-distance wireless transmission technology applicable to offices and households.

What is the Wi-Fi capability of the TE20?
Wi-Fi capability: dual frequency bands, that is, 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz The TE20 (5X) and TE20 (12X) has a built-in Wi-Fi module, while the TE20 (5X-NoWIFI) does not.

What is the Wi-Fi capability of the TE10?
Wi-Fi capability: dual frequency bands, that is, 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz

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