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  • Signal extenders on 802.11b hub

    hows that?

  • #2
    You're an idiot.

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    • #3
      You're still an idiot. Stop posting.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Avalerion
        You're an idiot.
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        • #5
          Seriously? If you're willing to pay for it, its entirely possible, I read an article a few months back about 2 guys in two cars running a mobile wireless network where they shared internet access from one's cell. You'd need the serial (or whatever interface you use) adapter for the cell, to figure out the settings in windows like internet sharing(I assume you use windows...), accept the pathetic speed at which you'd surf the internet, and be willing to pay your monster cell bill if you wanted this setup for more than a month.

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          PS, you're an idiot

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          • #6
            Originally posted by msb5150
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            PS, you're an idiot
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            • #7
              hmm, seems like part of this thread is missing. And in response to msb5150, I use a bluetooth phone with free wap from t-mo and my pda connects to the internet through that. Its just a matter of settings to get it working in my carpc. Never tried networking two cars.

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              • #8
                hmm now isnt that interesting. a constructive post.

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                • #9
                  Part of the post is obviously not here but I'm guessing your trying to network 2 car pc's through 802.11b wireless from different cars? If you use linksys for your networks then you could use these high antenna gains
                  http://www.linksys.com/products/prod...id=38&prid=643

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                  • #10
                    i was thinking more of broadcasting my lan, with a cellphone
                    also have you even heard anything about the pvc antane extenders for the linksys wirelss hubs?

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                    • #11
                      PVC antenna extender? What does it do? just extends your current antenna? It wouldnt increase the antennas transmitting/receiving power. Only a conductor can do that and last time I checked PVC isnt a conductor

                      As for broadcasting your LAN using a mobile phone (cell), id say even if you did figure out a way to do it, it would be a slow and cumbersome setup hardly worth investing any time into. Wait half a year or so for wireless broadband to get cheaper then set up a VPN.

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                      • #12
                        I think he means the PVC-surrounded indoor/outdoor 8-9db gain antennas... Linksys makes them, as do several other companies.
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                        • #13
                          ah ok. thats sounds better

                          btw. to all of you having a go at Roger Wilco, leave the kid alone. We were all noobs at a point and I know ive asked my fair share of stupid questions also. Have a little patience with people just starting off and show a little respect. Calling someone an idiot just cuz he doesnt know about something as much as you isnt exactly helping anyone, and we are all here to help eachother.

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                          DOS 6.22 - MPXF - 2x16 LCD - 6.4GB
                          Car PC v2 - 2002 - 2006
                          XP - 7" wide/touch - GPS - Tank batt relay - 100GB
                          Car PC v3 - 2008
                          XP - 7" wide/touch - GPS - 802.11g - FM/XM - OBDII - WWW

                          [||||||||||||||----] 80% complete

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