Yes, thats why a 802.11b amp can't be used with G radios. But making a G compatible Amp is standard protocol, when made for that purpose. They just aren't interchangable between technologies.  RFLinxs has a nice "G" amp.  Yes you are right, an 800W on B, jumps down to about 250W on G. Part of the trick is to get the amp input set for the appropriate match of the radio power output.
 
Tom DeReggi
RapidDSL & Wireless, Inc
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Remember that if you use a 1 watt amp you are only allowed a 6dB antenna....
 
Does it need to be ofdm capable?  ofdm typically screws with amps.  (try to get your amp vendors to admit this though.)  ie:  Put in a 1 watt amp for 802.11b and then put an 802.11g ap on it.  Your amp output will go down to about 250 to 500 mw.  IF it'll even stay in band.
 
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Subject: [WISPA] 5.8 GHz amplifiers

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Who has the best deal on 5.8 GHz 1W, Outdoor amplifiers?

 

Ryan Carney

AirInfinite

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