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Posted: Wed Mar 29, 2006 9:34 pm
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bout 2 years ago my neighbor moved and we bought his land. he had a 2-bay paint booth and workshop in the back, im going to make it my shop, and ive got an old socket 7 pc i want to stick in there to search parts on the internet so i dont come inside get my good machine and room dirty.

so i dont feel like digging ditches to lay wire, too many tree roots septic tank, pool in the way. i wanna go wireless. but its about 450ft from my room. theres tons of trees, and tons of walls in my house that will be interferance, my room is on the opposite side of the house than the direction of the shop.

i found a long-range 1000ft wireless point-to-point bridge but it cost bout $700.00, i only feel spending bout 50-75$ Laughing im cheap.

anyone know of any good long-range wireless access point.

ive currently got a wireless b/g network, but it doesnt have to be WiFi it could be any wireless technology.


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If you can find a V4 of the Linksys WRT54G then put the firmware on it to boost the wattage. Also get that Linksys PCI wireless card that has the three antennas on it. Total cost about $150 for both.
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i was on linksys's site and found a WRT54GX4, shows 3x times the standard wireless g network, it has 3 antennas. i think it will do it, i dont really need a router but might as well sometimes they cheeper than access points. might get rid of this netgear pos while im at it. :lol
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if you need to increase the routers coverage for some reason with that card, hawking makes a signal boster than connects in line with the router's antena.
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thanks racer, hawking seems to have some nice products Laughing

their outdoor 9dBi antenna say,"Extend Your Wireless Range by up to 1.5 miles" Laughing
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LoRa Network Protocol and Long Range Wireless IoT ... A guide to the standard and its coverage, protocol stack, range and compatible chips and gateways.

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