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|Rick, 5th September 2011, 04:43|
Just done some research - and the Wiki artible on dBm [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DBm] suggests:
1000mW - Typical RF leakage from a microwave oven
400 mW - Access point for Wireless networking
Thus, it is likely that not only is the microwave clobber "within safe limits" (ho ho), but also twice as powerful as the router. Oh, and usefully, they both share the same frequency - 2.45GHz. Brilliant...
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