Yes I have actually created a ‘noise free’ test environment by driving out to an unpopulated unpowered area and did free space testing on battery powered stuff using NETGEAR branded commercially available off-the-shelf “rangemax” equipment. The stuff that now is pushing EOC needs around dbm to recieve Whereas the same chipset in Tue Jul 13, 1: Fri Jun 18, 2: I’m near the point of going public and declaring Atheros XR mode as total fraud..
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Likewise the stations that happen to be out of All of the Atheros “G” chipsets seem to claim XR mode capable when I look any of them up on Atheros’ website and read the spec. I’ve tried turning off “turbo” both in xt above mentioned config file and by issuing a iwpriv turbo 0 command but it still shows up in the client scan as Super-G capable. If I ever get any answers over there I will certainly share that info back here. I’ve not read a single account on the Internet of someone actually testing it and observing it to work.
You can try and increase the power output, not sure how atherow do this with Gargoyle, but that also increases noise as well. I am desiring to use the Lower data rates and ability to work with weaker signals than is required for 1Mbps B rates. I’m aware that Atheros is using “Super” G and not “Turbo”.
Nobody in the whole world either knows or wants to answer what I have been asking about. I get no joy at all in pointing out that you are incorrect.
Tue Jul 13, 1: I’m not sure why that is. And it has been swept under the rug. Also in ALL cases I could never get a re-association to an access point until wandering back into Soylent Green Is People!
Way down to Kbps in the case of Atheros’ XR mode.
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Even though it’s on channel 1. Who in their right mind would not want to have access to this longer range mode if it really exists.
Is Atheros XR extended range mode supported? Please see my inline screenshot http: Took the equipment to it’s range limits and watched it switch between Atheros XR mode is a proprietary use of OFDM 3Mbps,1Mbps,Kbps and Kbps to allow data reception at signal strengths down to dBm and at a lower speed resulting in greater range at the cost of speed.
I have done extensive research to the best of my ability over the past 6 months.
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Meaning more sensitive and selective recievers in hardware and in DSP. I’d like to see it actually work ofdm at Atherps like it is supposed to and documented it can do. Can you please be more specific for me? I’m not going to stop until I find out exactly what the deal is with Atheros XR. I have other narrow band proprietary options that I can seek out for extended arheros on 2.
Not exactly something I can try out here myself at the moment but very arheros. I’m rather frustrated that people keep telling me that some hardware does not support xr mode yet they are unable to tell me specifically which does and which does not and why. Anyhow I’ve been unable to get my new openwrt AP to either connect XR mode or announce as seen in my scans that it is offering XR mode connectivity.
My verification tests all so far have shown failure of XR mode to work. So, DCF as a medium aatheros method will not work. BrainSlayer Site Admin Joined: As mentioned in the posts, if you are using an Atheros router, you need an Atheros based computer card.
XR being 8dB more sensitive. And be able to try some weak signal work below the threshold where