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post #16 of 24

Yeah, with my friends logitech g930 he can walk through his house and it works through walls and all.

post #17 of 24
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Originally Posted by zamorin View Post
 

I believe bluetooth has a range of 20-30M. With the Jabra, I can even use it downstairs when my source is upstairs.

Ok, will keep it in mind.  There's no telling if I'll have the same success though.  Since it could be the transmitter that's the problem...

post #18 of 24
Depending on the Class of the transmitter, these are the range:
Class 1 provides 100m
Class Maximum permitted power Typ. Range
(m)
(mW) (dBm)
Class 1 100 20 ~100[13]
Class 2 2.5 4 ~10[13]
Class 3 1 0 ~1[13]

 


Edited by zamorin - 11/28/13 at 9:12am
post #19 of 24
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Originally Posted by zamorin View Post
 
Depending on the Class of the transmitter, these are the range:
Class 1 provides 100m
Class Maximum permitted power Typ. Range
(m)
(mW) (dBm)
Class 1 100 20 ~100[13]
Class 2 2.5 4 ~10[13]
Class 3 1 0 ~1[13]

 

 

Mine is class 2, yet the ad also claimed a 20 meter range, not a 4 meter range.  Was this ad simply deceptive?

*EDIT even stranger, I look up some class 1 transmitters and find one claiming to be class 1 with a 1 meter range.  Huh?

 

Is one bluetooth transmitter as good as another if they belong to the same class, and brand doesn't matter?


Edited by caruga - 11/28/13 at 11:29am
post #20 of 24
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Anyone?

post #21 of 24

I think if they are certified as the same class, they should offer the same range.

post #22 of 24
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Huh, no wonder that table had me confused, the columns are offset wrong.

 

The one I purchased was definitely a class 2 device.  Will see if I get a better reception off of a class 1 transmitter.

post #23 of 24
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It turns out that there was interference with the bluetooth dongle from the metal shielding at the back of my computer where it was inserted.  Inserting it into the side of my monitor provided a lot more range, although still not quite enough that I don't get cut outs at the far end of my flat.

 

However, I think 7dayshop are a bunch of crooks.  I purchased a new 'class 1' dongle from them, and it was actually class 2.  So now I have two class 2 dongles that I don't want.  Stupid ebay rules require I return the item before I can get a refund.

post #24 of 24

Is it indicated on the dongle that it is class 1? Since they made false claims about their product, probably you should ask them for a refund directly instead of going through ebay and see if that works. 

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