On Fri, 2019-10-18 at 14:55 -0400, Bob Goodwin wrote:
I notice they also have three transmit power settings, I have not
tried changing anything there. I make the assumption that the iPhone
receiver sensitivity with its poor antenna is the limiting factor on
range. Increasing power will probably just stress components with
more heat dissipated.
I wouldn't think that the low power levels that WiFi uses were
sufficient for them to be a heating problem. Naturally how quickly the
battery gets flattened increases, but it shouldn't be a huge
difference. Especially when you consider that your devices will be
mostly receiving, rather than prolonged transmissions (unless you were
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