Posted 26 March 2013 - 12:05 PM
Well, 'standard for construction' doesn't help me. The standard here in the US was lath and plaster up until the mid to late 50's. After that sheetrock became the standard. So if the home were here in the US, the answer would become age of home dependent. Anything older than say the 1940's and you're likely looking at lath and plaster and a shorter range for signal and probably need range extenders and possibly directional antennas. If it's sheetrock placement of the base unit and area of use becomes more of a factor as you may not need the extra devices to boost signal and range.
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