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10-18-2012 02:35 PM #13Pub Member / Supporter
yeah i would like to see pictures of it.
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10-18-2012 04:41 PM #14
A lot of the wifi providers will use a flat panel antenna with the radio built inside the box. The parabolic dishes are better in that they concentrate the signal and rejects noise.
10-18-2012 05:12 PM #15
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10-18-2012 07:42 PM #16
Yes, parabolics are overkill for short distances. Panels like whats in the ubiquiti units are fine for that. I have used some of the Ubiquiti's in the past and they are great for their price point. Ubiquiti makes a small parabolic antenna/radio as well.
10-18-2012 09:15 PM #17
Re: Making an 18 inch Satellite dish into a long range WiFi antenna
I have used Engenius products, modded linksys, etc and stumbled upon ubiquiti and wow. They have some impressive products that still amaze me today on how well some of these wifi links work.
The ubiquiti forums are great. Lots of wisps there with some amazing pictures of crazy links with what seem to be perfect signals. And just can't beat the price of the equipment.
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10-18-2012 09:42 PM #18
I go to DSLReports a bit and once in a while to the Ubiquiti forums. Been waiting on the white spaces for a while to see how that will work out for them using the old analog television spectrum.