Hi all, I am in the process of upgrading my 5.8 Ghz (Control) signal. I have purchased a Sunhans 5.8 Ghz amplifier that accepts an input of 100mW (20dBm). My question is from an attenuation point of view. It is my understanding that in FCC mode, the Phantom Controller will pipe out 100mW in power. But my concern is whether there is ever a point where the controller may output even more...I don't want to blow out the amp so I think I need to put an attenuator on the input side of the amp to keep the input power at 100 or below. My problem is that I am not an engineer and I barely wrapped my head around what I just typed above Can anyone please shed some light and possibly recommend a specific type of attenuator that will suit this purpose....(if required at all) Thanks!!!