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I have a Asus RT-AC68U router.
When I view the wireless side it's giving me a good signal on both 2.4 and 5G, as you would expect.
What I have noticed though is that I can also see BT wireless connections that are almost as powerful as my connection even though I'm measuring in the same room, and with line of sight, to my router.
I know neither of my immediate neighbours have BT internet so why are the BT routers having such an effect ?
it's almost like they are pushing out a far stronger signal given the distance. Isn't there a legal maximum ?