I am kind of replying to both previous comments here, so I appreciate I am not making fair statements, but I'm just curious rather than trying to tell anyone they're wrong. So in Belgium, people routinely make sure to tell their Pocket PDAs and similar gadgets they are outside? And when they go back inside? Or does no wireless device configured to know it's in Belgium ever use the lowest part of the "a" domain at the higher power, just to be safe? Or is this just a case of stupid legal distinctions which no one respects in practice? Or - perhaps the most plausible guess - do portable devices never use that part of the domain at the higher powered level, while mains powered and hence legally-presumably indoor devices do?
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