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AIR-CAP 2602I-E-K9 Maximum Transmit Power Value

Hi,

I have searched about the MTP VALUES for this particular AP and I got this thruogh CLI:

2.4GHz:

ap(config)#interface dot11Radio 0

ap(config-if)#power local ?

  <4 - 16>  One of: 16 13 10 7 4

  maximum   Set power to allowed maximum

5GHz:

ap(config-if)#interface dot11Radio 1

ap(config-if)#power local ?

  <5 - 23>  One of: 23 20 17 14 11 8 5

  maximum   Set power to allowed maximum

Are these MTP values (16 & 23) in dBm or mW?

May I got more than these values?

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VIP Purple

AIR-CAP 2602I-E-K9 Maximum Transmit Power Value

Hi,

Its in dBm.

Please check this doc:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-13181

Regards

Dont forget to rate helpful posts.

Cisco Employee

AIR-CAP 2602I-E-K9 Maximum Transmit Power Value

Maximum Transmitted Power level MTP:-

The radio 802.11b, with country code EMEA (EU) (-E), and allowed power levels: 13 10  7  4
 dBm, and Allowed Client Power Levels: 13 10  7  4  dBm
While
The radio 802.11a, with country code ETSI (OFDM) (EU) (-E), and allowed power levels: 23
20 17 14 11 8 5  dBm, and Allowed Client Power Levels: 23 20 17 14 11 8 5  dBm.

~ ETSI has more power levels than EMEA.

I believe this cannot be changed as this is factory burned in hardware information.

“The maximum power setting will vary by channel and according to individual country
regulations.
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VIP Purple

AIR-CAP 2602I-E-K9 Maximum Transmit Power Value

Hi,

Its in dBm.

Please check this doc:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-13181

Regards

Dont forget to rate helpful posts.

Cisco Employee

AIR-CAP 2602I-E-K9 Maximum Transmit Power Value

Maximum Transmitted Power level MTP:-

The radio 802.11b, with country code EMEA (EU) (-E), and allowed power levels: 13 10  7  4
 dBm, and Allowed Client Power Levels: 13 10  7  4  dBm
While
The radio 802.11a, with country code ETSI (OFDM) (EU) (-E), and allowed power levels: 23
20 17 14 11 8 5  dBm, and Allowed Client Power Levels: 23 20 17 14 11 8 5  dBm.

~ ETSI has more power levels than EMEA.

I believe this cannot be changed as this is factory burned in hardware information.

“The maximum power setting will vary by channel and according to individual country
regulations.
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