>I love the disclaimer...
> WiFi Speed Spray™ is safe and effective when used as directed. However,
> the product is known to the State of California to cause cancer;
> developmental toxicity; and/or male pattern baldness. For outdoor use only.
> Do not use near electrical appliances. WiFi Speed Spray™ should not be used
> in the presence of pregnant women, women who have been pregnant, or women who
> may some day become pregnant. Keep away from children and household pets
> (especially birds). Do not take internally. If a persistent cough or partial
> paralysis develops, consult a physician,
HA HA HA - not funny
Just because you can't see, smell or touch someting doesn't mean it can't hurt you.
IT CAN HURT YOU.
These are microwave transceivers.
IF INTENSE ENOUGH microwaves do nasty things to humans. The greater the transmission power, the greater the risk. (intensity is inverse to square of distance).
cause cancer - YES breaks apart DNA, see also lukemia
developmental toxicity - Kind of - DNA damamge to infants and children (lots of growing) is more likely to cause problems
male pattern baldness - I though it cured it (not that is a good cure)
1) tesiticals especially don't like microwaves - testicular cancer
2) damage a single strand of DNA in 1 sperm and the whole kid comes out wrong.
pregnant women - YES
women who have been pregnant - silly
women who may some day become pregnant - female sex organs are more vunerable than some other parts of the body - but it is men, whose sex organs are on the outside who need to be most careful.
Keep away from children and household pets - YES - YES - Most home wireless ethernet come with warnings to stay 20cm away - most kids don't respect/understand what they cannot perceive (invisible waves) and pets can't understand - it is your job to protect both. If you raise the power know how to protect them.
For outdoor use only - GOOD IDEA - if at regular power 20cm is recommended and you increase the power you increase the dangerous distance ( by 1/sqaure - so 4xtimes power = 2xdistance).
I know the DMCA sux, and seems to exist for all the wrong reasons, but...
The FCC regulates transceiver for GOOD REASON. They really are protecting you. If you can't understand that, and aquaint yourself with the risks, and reasonable precautions, you shouldn't mess about with these things (which isn't to say if you do, you should).