If you can’t push anything more than 10dbm, then I would have to assume the PA inside is just not capable of giving any more in it’s output than this, unlike the L’s ‘s or RU’s I have tested an increase in output power with. The first thing I would be looking at is the quality of the PA inside because this is what determines the final output power. I have tried both the 32bit and 64bit drivers. I have the TX slider using Realtek in 7 so I don’t know why didn’t you try it? I’m using his right now to post this.

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Rightclick on the five-bar wireless connection in bottom-right System Tray, select Troubleshooter which actually works in Win7. The chipset isn’t the only factor here at play. Have you tweaked drivers for NHR? Well it actually goes up to dbm, but jumps back to 24dbm around mw.

The drivers work fine for me in this case from a clean install under Win7 SP1 as tested.

I read rokland testing,and i didnt know that b is mw because on housing is number 1 which represent alfaa, since neither you nor I have devices to measure adapter strenght i assumed that my adapter have mw,thank you for info.

I edited my eeprom defaults fixed to 17dbm anyway so I don’t even have to mess around setting by CCX every reboot. I have done test where the Gsky registers more bars than the Alfa, but conntrol Alfa will connect to more APs and get better data transfer rates.


They have exactly the same chips, and likely similar circuitry. No need for any replies with the casing smudge info because there is not now, nor has there ever been an ALFA B adapter. I have tried using Windows to connect but to no avail.

Write Changes when ready. But does it have the imperfection looks like soldiering iron mark in the top shell on the left side right next to the sma connector? Is the Device in error in Device Manager?

How to set tx power UP (increase tx power) in Windows 7 | Xiaopan Forums

Which adapter to choose depends on what your needs are. You’ll have to have a play around with it and see if it all behaves the same as RTLL. Is the Realtek detected and enabled? Tried with Vista, the conhrol works perfectly I figured out all this Realtek stuff ages ago and how it’s all interlinked with the power slider.

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Set all of these newly added parameters introduced to be enabled by default as this standalone non beta non power control driver lacks any form of power control as implemented in higher drivers through the GUI, so introducing adaptive TX power is useful in combination with the high power mechanism and other parameters added back into the driver when used without a GUI in standalone form as driver only, taking reg domain restrictions into account of course.

It seems to be a different one than the one I have. After comparing recorded files it was revealed that it did absolutely nothing. It’s as far as the slider will allow you to go unfortunately you get higher limits to play with awus036nhf the RU chipped NHR Apply FF power to all channels.


How to set tx power UP (increase tx power) in Windows 7

Just do the same as you did in XP. Maybe you might respect Roklands opinion more than that single article or my take on it perhaps? Your name or email address: The full test reports of both are online. Everything beyond that is just an opinion and nothing else.

There won’t be any more drivers coming out since from realtek anymore, afla with these mods and updates at least you can MAC spoof and force data rates and This is all based on an indoor environment btw. Sure the H had a Y cable early on, but only for use on old laptops from the ’90’s where the USB ports didn’t provide ma.

I haven’t a clue to the difference. Similar help awus306nhr support threads. In any event, It is a completely different chipset with a different driver package.

Only the Realtek RU adapters offer any kind of hidden power controls to smash past the 17dbm ETSI limits as long as you know what your doing.