[SOLVED] Humidity interfering with WiFi RF (Long distance)

Sep 18, 2019
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At 80% humidity how much will my WiFi signal sent via RF be affected , at 20dbi , 5ghz , directional antenna . If it will be affected , what can I do?
 
It does but you need to use the term water vapor if you want to find the documents that show how to calculate this. I have never wanted to spend the time to read those complex calculations.

In the end there is nothing you can do about it. You are legally restricted on how much power you can transmit. I suspect with a 20dbi antenna you are already illegal. The higher the frequencies the more it is blocked so use a 2.4g or maybe even non licensed 900mhz band.
 
It does but you need to use the term water vapor if you want to find the documents that show how to calculate this. I have never wanted to spend the time to read those complex calculations.

In the end there is nothing you can do about it. You are legally restricted on how much power you can transmit. I suspect with a 20dbi antenna you are already illegal. The higher the frequencies the more it is blocked so use a 2.4g or maybe even non licensed 900mhz band.
 
Sep 18, 2019
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It does but you need to use the term water vapor if you want to find the documents that show how to calculate this. I have never wanted to spend the time to read those complex calculations.

In the end there is nothing you can do about it. You are legally restricted on how much power you can transmit. I suspect with a 20dbi antenna you are already illegal. The higher the frequencies the more it is blocked so use a 2.4g or maybe even non licensed 900mhz band.
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