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I have had my M001 for about a week and it has developed an odd fault.When WiFi is active I get sound from the speaker like a Geiger counter. It still happens when the volume is set to 0.I was wondering whether anyone else has had a similar fault?
 

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Hii know this problem here is a way to fix it.First you have to download Es Explorer (if you dont have own it).then go to this dir: System/etc/Wireless/RT12345/ there is a file called RT12345.datopen that file and change this value: TxPower=100 change it to TxPower=15the 12345 can be any number but there is only 1 file called .datSave the file and reboot your device. When rebooted check the, and the value is still 15. now turn your wifi on and enjoy.greetings ermo
 

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dBm is a reference to decibel gain from a 1 milliwatt source. Antenna gain something completely different. IF you set tx power to a value that you a. can, and b. want, then that is the power at the antenna socket. GAIN from the antenna is another ballgame. You can increase tx power from the built in wireless, but I would suggest you could probalby lose more than you gain as both the noise and - LACK OF - linearity of the output goes up (in most case) A power output, and usually input - gain is available from a hi gain external antenna. TX power of 1 watt even (30 dBm) is of no practical use at all unless hte rx circuits can recieve the same relative boost. Leave it alone in reality - seriously. just add a hi gain antenna. I use a standard 15 dBm output, to a commercial 30 dbm output amp, with 20 db gain input rx amp.. that is a reasonable solution. Increasing power output, without a corresponding input gain is practically useless. In a one to one router config, IF you increase the outpur on both, AND you are sure that the output gain doesnt increase noise floor etc, then you MAY get a result, but often not. There is NO WAY of really testing the linearity and the noise figures, imd etc of a boost without very specialist equipment.This is what i can gind on google.yours to pick a choice, i changed it and i dint feel any changes to range.greetings ermo
 

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when did you get your M001? If it's a Generation 7 then they put the wifi module directly under the speaker. I moved mine the third day I had it. I didn't have your issue, but maybe that will help.
 

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[quote name='ermo;35869]Hii know this problem here is a way to fix it.First you have to download Es Explorer (if you dont have own it).then go to this dir: System/etc/Wireless/RT12345/ there is a file called RT12345.datopen that file and change this value: TxPower=100 change it to TxPower=15the 12345 can be any number but there is only 1 file called .datSave the file and reboot your device. When rebooted check the' date=' and the value is still 15. now turn your wifi on and enjoy.greetings ermo[/QUOTE'] You're a genius, i tested this on my epad and it worked!!!! thank you very much!!!!
 
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