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How can i reduce the output power for a Linksys WRT54G?

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The signal strength at the workstation is -50dBm and i would like to reduce it to something more like -70 or -80 dBm.  (reduce the rf at the office)   I looked through the administrative settings for my Linksys WRT54G and could not find a power output setting.

Thanks for your attention.
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There is no feature on the Linksys to adjust the power output. I've seen this feature on higher-end products like the Cisco Aironet.
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