Posted by Hannah Fillmore
on Jul 9, 2015 in 4G
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Government safety regulations and a fixed battery life both limit the power of the built-in wireless card in your cellphone, tablet, or Wi-Fi router. While a wireless card’s power outage is directly relatedly to its range, manufacturers keep the power output in their cards low to preserve battery life and prevent radio wave exposure. In fact, most cards have a power output of just 32 milliwatts.
Wireless cards are not powerful enough to transmit at peak rates, in remote areas, on their own. Rural residences and businesses, then, use a cellular repeater system,...