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  Reply # 48087 9-Oct-2006 19:23
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Thanks for the fascinating information!

The JasJam looks a bit pricey for me, maybe I need to have another think!

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  Reply # 48088 9-Oct-2006 19:32
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if you're getting HP HW6828, JasJam is not much more than that and you get features and technology that last you longer than what HW6828 can provide. consider it as investment to better technology than aged technology.




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  Reply # 48094 9-Oct-2006 20:20
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Jama: ... Vodem = uni directional (moving it around will affect performance) ...


So what is the most favourable orientation for a Vodem, assuming one knows the direction of the Vodafone antenna? E.g. point Vodem's non-USB end at antenna w. Vodem horizontal flat on its back?


Elevation and away from obstacles would be better




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  Reply # 48120 9-Oct-2006 21:43
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Jama:  ... Elevation and away from obstacles would be better


Yes, thanks, but which 3-D orientation? When you mention it is uni-directional have you a reference to the polar diagram of the Vodem's antenna gain or somesuch? What indicated to you that it is in fact unidirectional?

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Reply # 48146 9-Oct-2006 23:54

Is this an EDGE topic or vodem topic now?




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Reply # 48148 9-Oct-2006 23:55

I was just sarcastic..




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