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WiFi Energy 1.3 APKs

  • Version: 1.3
  • File size: 2.11MB
  • Requires: Android 4.0+
  • Package Name: com.vrem.wifiworkzone
  • Developer: allanjames
  • Updated: October 26, 2021
  • Price: Free
  • Rate 4.50 stars – based on 10 reviews
What's new

1.3 release for beta. RSSI values fixed.

The description of WiFi Energy

Here, we provide the WiFi Energy 1.3 APKs file for Android 4.0 and above. The WiFi Energy app is listed in the Tools category on the app store. This is the latest and greatest version of WiFi Energy (com.vrem.wifiworkzone). It's easy to download and install on your mobile phone. Download the app using your favorite browser and click 'install' to install it. Don't forget to allow installation of apps from unknown sources. We provide direct download links with high download speed. Please note that we only share the original, free, and pure APK installer for WiFi Energy 1.3 APKs without any modifications.

All apps and games here are for home or personal use only. If any APK download violates your copyright, please contact us. WiFi Energy is the property and trademark of the developer allanjames. You can visit the allanjames website to learn more about the company/developer who developed this game.

All versions of this game APK are available with us: 1.3. You can also download the WiFi Energy APK and run it using popular Android emulators

WiFi Signal – Energy Levels (signal levels) required for standard WiFi operations

App demonstrates RSSI levels (received signal strength indicator).

WiFi Signal levels are based on manufacturers access point data specifications.

Intense WiFi signals, Waste Energy, Waste Spectrum & cause Interference Issues with nearby networks.

RSSI example:

-70dBm = Signal required for Max Data Capacity.

-10dBm Signal = 1,000,000 times more energy than -70dBm.

Examples of excess energy consumption of different WiFi signal levels

RSSI -70dBm = Max Signal Required (2.4Ghz).

-60dBm = 10 times more energy.
-50dBm = 100x
-40dBm = 1,000x
-30dBm = 10,000x
-20dBm = 100,000x
-10dBm = 1,000,000x

RSSI values based Irish Primary & Secondary school APs (Fortinet 822x & Aruba 34X).

Fortinet 822x & Aruba 34x have the following RSSI data specifications:

802.11b =-91dBm & -97dBm (lowest signal)
802.11n = -71dBm (HT40) (strongest signal)

802.11a =-77dBm & -74dBm
802.11n =-70dBm & -68dBm (5Ghz, HT40)
802.11ac = -55dBm (5Ghz, VHT 160Mhz)

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