TX Power for high power device - is TX Power 71 = mW?

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2019 9:02    Post subject: TX Power for high power device - is TX Power 71 = mW? Reply with quote
Asked already twice in another topic but nobody is answering so I am trying to open a new topic maybe somebody can answer this

Successfully flashed DD-WRT on my TP-LINK C1900(US)v1 High Power device.

When I now check in TX Power I see that it´s set to Auto.
When I change to manual I see that there is by the system 71 used and in brackets it says can be between 1 and 1000mW. Is the 71mW or something else?

How to handle that now with my device?
Regulatory Domain is US.
TP-LINK firmware is using 900mW as advertised (This is the US high power version).
What settings are you using here and does anyone owns the same device?
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