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Simply put, the "range" of any wireless device is going to be dependant on the power and frequency of the device as well as any/all interference in the area where it's deployed. Interference in the form of other wireless devices on the same frequency/channel, walls, ceilings, concrete, steel and interference caused by electrical equipment.
The ONLY way you'll be able to figure anything out is to:
A) know the specs of the devices you're looking at using
B) know what interference you'll encounter where you wish to deploy a devices
C) where ever possible, get your hands on a the equipment and lab it out.
I would bet cash money there's nobody that hangs out in this forum, or any other, that will spoon feed you the information you're looking for. As I stated previously, if it were me researching this, I'd actually research it myself as compared to trying to get someone else to do the groundwork for me.
I responded with, "I don't know the specs offhand and I doubt anybody else will so you'll have to find out for yourself"
I can't help that you don't like the answer but there it stands. You can come back and check this thread daily for a week or two but I suspect that at the end of that time, you won't get any better answer than what I've given you because this isn't the type of information anybody has on the top of their head and nobody is going to do the research for you.
So again I reiterate, get off your duff and start googling and making phone calls. The OEM's (that's "Original Equipment Manufacturer") for each device can give you the info you seek. If it's not in the documentation, call their support lines and ask.
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How charged with punishments the scroll,
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