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Topic # 18368 8-Jan-2008 11:39
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Just purchased a linksys WAP200 to link another friends house into our network club but after testing today the signal strength was poor and it's obviously because there's a house that's in between blocking the signal :)

If it was LOS it'd be excellent strength as the house is only 70m away so i'm assuming I need to mount the antennae high to go over the house???

I still need to jiggling positions to see if there's a better place but short of bulldozing my neighbours house are their antennae extensions I can obtain to mount it outside up very high?


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  Reply # 103541 8-Jan-2008 11:46
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can get cables made up as long as you need them, but the shorter the better.









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  Reply # 103555 8-Jan-2008 12:37
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Are you saying that you can make them or that I can get them made up somewhere? Would 2m be too long?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 103574 8-Jan-2008 13:47
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You would be using directional panel antenna??




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  Reply # 103577 8-Jan-2008 13:57
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Dual omni-directional antennae

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  Reply # 105355 17-Jan-2008 11:41
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omni directional's arent very good you want a directional antenna.  Before shelling out some $$ for one perhaps try and convert your omni into a directional http://www.freeantennas.com/projects/template2/

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