Re: [NTLK] WaveLan And WavePoint access Point....

From: Jesse Garnier (
Date: Thu Jun 27 2002 - 00:09:27 EDT

Neat, thanks! I've had fantasies of building a powerful antenna (I've read
the old Primestar dishes work well; is that true?) and aiming it down 52nd
Street in Manhattan from my fire escape. I could probably deliver 802.11b
all the way across town from 2nd Avenue to the Hudson River!


Jeffrey M. Swiger wrote not long ago (6/27/02 12:01 AM):

> I have two separate but connected Networks. I even work on a Radio (Ham)
> Network... I use a Radio and TNC (Terminal Node Connector) for APRS
> (Automatic position Reporting System).. So I guess I Play some in this
> stuff.. But a YAGI is an antenna ( Directional )... Take a look at some
> cheap plans for some High-Gain Antennas:
> All these are for 2.4Ghz, But Iv'e built a 13 Element for 2M (144Mhz)
> and some other Verticals before, so this is just in my realm of
> Possible.. Oh, Gain is measured in dB's... Jeff
> On Wednesday, June 26, 2002, at 11:41 PM, Jesse Garnier wrote:
>> Congratulations on your working wireless network(s)! (I couldn't tell
>> from
>> your message if you had one or two going on.)
>> By the way... What's a Gain Yagi? :)

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