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Thread: Max range wireless adapter
03-30-08, 05:52 PM #1
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- Orlando, FL
Max range wireless adapter
I'm looking for a wireless adapter USB or PCI that will give me the max range to pick up signals.
Of the ones I've tried this wouldn't pick up a signal: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16833124139
But this one would:
So I'm kind of clueless of what is a good one to buy for maximum range.
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03-30-08, 06:06 PM #2
one of these is very good for you I think
I have this myself
but, with this antenna on
My router is set up @ 45ft approximatly. The signal goes through alot of doors and walls
the standard 2dbi antenna gave me 92dbi signal and 78dbi noise(this is a very very bad signal)
The antenna I got gives me 69-60dbi signal and 99dbi noise(very good signal)
didn't cost me much and I really love it, just don't buy the crappy onmi antenne the chinese are advertising on ebay, they usually don't work and signal gets worse because of that restricting cable..
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