upgraded MW to 1.30 - maybe things are slightly less broken
Ubiquiti Networks NanoStation Loco M2
AR724x device, DD-WRT wiki says AR7240, WiFi chip is probably AR9287 (if not, AR9283)
Reg. third party firmware support
OpenWrt and Gargoyle (.. which is based on OpenWrt) firmware should work fine on these devices.
It is noted as supported by DD-WRT on the DD-WRT Wiki's Supported Devices table. Like other UBNT devices, activation seems to be required.
FCC test results
- Radiated power (with antenna): 115 dBuV/m peak (802.11b CH1,CH11) (this is indeed a high gain directional antenna)
- Output power (before antenna): 22 dBm peak (802.11b CH6) (158.48mW) (unit has >10dB output power flatness from CH1 to CH11 - shit RF PCB design/calibration)