Instructions for the installation of Detachable Antenna with the FWG114P 1. Introduction This information provides guidelines to permit you to install the NETGEAR detachable antennas with the FWG114P 11g wireless router and antenna cable and be compliant with the FCC regulations. FWG114P provides 15dBm maximum transmit power plus antenna gain. The maximum equivalent isotropic radiated power limit is 1W ERP. When installing the detachable antennas listed below, the installer has to be sure the limits won’t be exceeded. If so, attenuation in the form of antenna cable is added between the FWG114P wireless node and the antenna. It is not allowed to let the end user do whatever they want. Anyone tries to use nonNetgear dedicated accessory may have violated the regulation and voided the right to use. If they use Netgear's antenna accessories, they are all well prepared. The cables and connectors are matched. Disclaimer: Use of any antenna requires careful planning and extra consideration to comply with emissions and health standards and regulations. It is recommended that a qualified professional installer service is consulted for site survey and proper installation. Antenna installation must comply with the maximum level authorized by each country. 2. NETGEAR Antenna Cable Attenuation at 2.4- 2.5 GHz NETGEAR Cable Type Length Typical Attenuation at 2.4 - 2.5 GHz ACC-10314-01 1.5 m 1.1 dB ACC-10314-02 3m 2.0 dB ACC-10314-03 5m 3.2 dB ACC-10314-04 10 m 6.1 dB ACC-10314-05 30 m 18.0 dB 3. Installation Procedure for the Wireless Node, Antenna Cable, and Antenna 1. In the table below, identify the NETGEAR detachable antenna to be used with the FWG114P, e.g. the ANT24D18. 2. Read the required NETGEAR Antenna cable to be used, e.g. ACC-10314-05 30m cable (with ANT24D18). In some cases, no cable is required. Therefore in this situation, the user is free to use a NETGEAR cable from 1.5m to 30m or no cable at all. 3. Connect the selected antenna cable to the FWG114P wireless Node and to the antenna Antenna list: Mandatory antenna cable to be used with each antenna and FWG114P NETGEAR Antenna Manufacturer P/N Antenna Type Antenna max. Gain Theoretical EIRP without cable MINIMUM Cable Attenuation needed NET Ante cabl MINI LEN ANT24P2 TBC* JOYMAX IW-144 Omnidirection al 2dBi 17 dBm EIRP 0 dB 0m ANT24P3 TBC* ANTENNIQUES MCS-003A Omnidirection al 3dBi 18 dBm EIRP 0 dB 0m ANT24P4 TBC* JOYMAX IW152RS Omnidirection al 4dBi 19 dBm EIRP 0 dB 0m ANT24S4 TBC* SENAO NAST0405(N) Omnidirection al Triband Stand 4dBi 19 dBm EIRP 0 dB 0m ANT24P5 TBC* ANTENNIQUES MCS-004 Omnidirection al 5dBi 20 dBm EIRP 0 dB 0m ANT24S5 TBC* SENAO NAS2405(N) Omnidirection al Stand 5dBi 20 dBm EIRP 0 dB 0m ANT24P7 TBC* ANTENNIQUES MCS-004A Omnidirection al 7dBi 22 dBm EIRP 2 dB 3m ANT24P93 TBC* SENAO SAGT0909 Omnidirection al triband 9dBi 24 dBm EIRP 4 dB 10 m ANT24P9 TBC* SENAO SAG-2409 Omnidirection al Antenna 9dBi 24 dBm EIRP 4 dB 10 m ANT24P12 TBC* SENAO SAG-2412 Omnidirection al Antenna 12dBi 27 dBm EIRP 7 dB 30 m ANT24P123 TBC* SENAO SAGT1112 Omnidirection al triband Antenna 12dBi 27 dBm EIRP 7 dB 30 m ANT24O5 SENAO NAP2405(N) Ceiling Antenna 5dBi 20 dBm EIRP 0 dB 0m ANT24D12 TBC* SENAO SAP-2412 Patch Antenna 12dBi 27 dBm EIRP 7 dB 30 m ANT24D18 SENAO NAP2418(N) Patch Antenna 18dBi 33 dBm EIRP 13 dB 30 m * NETGEAR part number to be confirmed 4. Calculation of cable length typical attenuation when maximum power is different Reference to FCC Part 15.247(b)(4): If transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6 dBi are used, the peak output power from the intentional radiator shall be reduced below the stated values of this section, as appropriate, by the amount in dB that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi. Disclaimer: NETGEAR assumes no responsibility in case of intentional or unintentional violation of the maximum allowable EIRP/ERP in a particular country, miscalculation of the attenuation, faulty nonNETGEAR wireless node, or bad connection from antenna to wireless node.