A lower-powered radio with a higher gain antenna is IMHO, better. You
will receive less interference because your antenna will be listening
only in the desired direction(s). On transmit, you will cause less
interference to others who are not on your network.
Mark McElvy wrote:
In general what is considered a better combination, lower powered radio
w/ higher gain antenna or higher powered radio w/ lower gain antenna?
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