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HawkingTech Wireless-G USB Adapter with Removable Antenna Driver

Too bad it's not available yet. If you can't wait, most hardware stores carry the good old three-port power outlet expander: I also occasionally need to network multiple PCs on the road. Given the prices of today's routers, there's absolutely no reason to carry something that's merely a switch or hub.

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With 54 Mbps "g" being so rapidly adopted, 11Mbps "b" hardware may become almost free to a good home. Site overhaul needed, with proper DIY instructions instead of lab notes?

To prevent their secrets falling into barbarians hands,they were disguised as cookware! Such jests aside, parabolic reflectors uniquely have the property of a fixed focal point-unrelated to frequency. Hence our visible light technique in bringing the sun to a focus is valid for showing the WiFi sweet spot.

Aha-this means any microwave wireless device at the FP could be enhanced!

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Naturally a cradle to hold these devices would be needed, but it could allow indoor coverage in marginal regions without costly external antenna. See pictures above 7th June No doubt the resulting poor electrical continuity to blame-silver paints of course have aluminium particles finely distributed. Darwin Dave's dinkum Aussie blog covers a similar?

All verify mesh scoops are indeed impressive performers, in spite of the USB adaptor's ceramic antenna just "spraying RF all over the place". Scope exists to gather this signal small parabola, sardine can? Even a telescope style Cassegrain? Perhaps microwave lens experiments too?

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Wall Street Journal -page A1!: NZ is full of such lateral thinking in fact, epitomised by our productive farmers! Fine wire mesh re covered umbrella reflectors look promising -inspired by a UK ham radio idea. Raw cookware can look -ah- "somewhat industrial" of course! Maybe with a more powerful antenna One thing to keep in mind is that the device is a bit wider than most USB devices, so you may.

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I still prefer the ethernet client radios instead of USB because of the ease of connecting external antennas. However, others have pointed out reflector type antennas coffee cans, tuna cans, sheet aluminium, carboard covered with aluminium foil, etc. Lots of fun playing with antennas.

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From what you say it sounds like that would work a lot better. Well, by "cabinet" I hope its something RF transparent plastic, pvc, glass and not wood, concrete, or anything that might get waterlogged. However, that applies only if you use an internal patch antenna.

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