Wi-Fi RF Transmit Power

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    Does anyone know how many milliwatts of power an iPad's Wi-Fi signal is? How much RF power does the iPad's Wi-Fi crank out? Any chance it's configurable? Thanks.
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    It is definitely NOT configurable (well, assuming you aren't JBed). I'm sure there is a spec for max power level of any device that operations on the standard Wifi protocal and frequencies. That can probably be found on the web.

    I found this (though I'm not 100% sure if this correct):

    You can do some more reading here.
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