If wifi is active on the Eco router, and it is on the default settings, then the peak value of the pulses is equal to that of a normal router, or slightly lower. The peak value, which can be set with the transmission power, is inextricably linked to the range of the router. That’s just an unfortunate fact of nature.
However, there is still the possibility of setting the peak value lower yourself. The JRS Eco-firmware offers a fine tuning of the transmission power with ten steps, by which the peak value can be reduced. This reduces the range of the signal.
In the end, not only the peak value is important, but also the pulsation frequency. The Eco-wifi router has the advantage that the beacon pulsation frequency is 90% lower than that of a normal router. The standard wifi frequency of 10 Hertz is in the middle of the frequency range measured with an electroencephalogram (EEG), for example. The Eco-wifi router reduces this to 1 Hertz. This can be demonstrated with a meter that makes the modulation (pulsation) of the signal audible, such as the Gigahertz Solutions HF-35C. More details can be found here: Eco-wifi: 90% reduced pulse frequency.
We have recently launched the new generation of JRS Eco 100 routers. This firmware offers a 100% radiation-free Full Eco standby mode, with a peak value of zero when no devices are connected, and wifi is only activated when a connection request is received from one of your devices. More information can be found here: The JRS Eco 100 Wifi router: 100% radiation-free in stand-by.