Re: 5 GHz low signal x10 R9000


5 GHz low signal x10 R9000

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The signal level at a frequency of 5.2 GHz is very low and does not exceed the level of -80 dB already at a distance of 1-2 meters from the router in the line of sight without signal obstructions. This value is at 100% power.
Changing the signal level in the settings 25-50-75-100%
affects the magnitude and lowering the power leads to a decrease in the signal level.
Changing the transmission channel has almost no effect on the power level. The channels are not busy with other signals.

There are no problems with 2.4 GHz.

I don't see a signal from 60 GHz. It might be related to the surveillance equipment (dell xps 9500 and dell xps 9310)

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Re: 5 GHz low signal x10 R9000

G9000? Not something that Netgear makes.


What firmware version do you have on the device?

A number is more useful than "the latest". (It may not be by the time people read this.) There can also be newer versions, or "hot fixes", that do not show up if you check for new firmware in the browser interface.

It might also help if you told people what the modem is in front of this router, if there is one. The make and model number could be useful. Is it, by any chance, also a router, with a set of LAN ports on the back?

The reason for asking is that a lot of people turn up here trying to put a router behind a modem that is also a router. That can complicate troubleshooting.

Just another user with a set of boilerplate macros.

My network DM200 -> R7800 -> GS316 -> PL1000 -> Orbi RBR40 -> Orbi RBS50Y -> RBS40V
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Re: 5 GHz low signal x10 G9000

Firmware Version

However, with the previous version of the firmware had the same result

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Re: 5 GHz low signal x10 R9000

Nighthawk X10 AD7200 Smart WiFi Router / R9000 


This is the correct model name

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