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Antenna (radio), also known as an aerial, a transducer designed to transmit or receive electromagnetic (e.g. TV or radio) waves. -Wikipedia

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strength? So if that's true then we should still have some strength even at -3dB, right? So do we have any signal strength at all at 0 dB? If we are e.g. one feet away from antenna can we receive … on Amazon 5GHz and 23dBi, how far can laptops receive data with this? And how can you scheme the antenna propagation pattern? …
asked Jul 26 by Lord Arthas