[Charlug] Will this work with linux ubuntu 12.04
ShayW at controlmanagement.com
Wed Apr 17 13:46:12 CEST 2013
+1 on directional antennas. Because of the interference that the
high-power adapter was causing, I replaced it with a normal-power adapter
that had a R-SMA connector and plugged in a directional antenna and got a
better connection because the directional antenna will boost the received
signal as well as the transmitted signal.
If you're doing things in pairs, a directional antenna at both ends
can get you quite a distance.
From: "Rick Bolen(gm)" <rickbolgm at gmail.com>
To: charlug at charlug.org
Date: Tue, 16 Apr 2013 07:57:09 -0400
Subject: Re: [Charlug] Will this work with linux ubuntu 12.04
> These devices are probably best used in snd\rcv pairs. While the
> transmit power is significantly greater, the receiver sensitivity is
> probably average. The result can be that you're pushing out a crushing
> transmit signal (potentially disrupting other nearby xmt\rcv wifi)
> without any advantage on receive (except for the 6db omni-directional
> antenna gain).
> Using these for point-to-point links with high-gain directional
> is probably their best application.
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