net stumbler dot com. Another great tool for 802.11
80211Planet – Insights: 802.11 Cantennas Done Up Homebrew Style. A very cool article about antennas
Use a Surplus Primestar Dish as an IEEE 802.11 Wireless Networking Antenna Use a Surplus Primestar Dish as an IEEE 802.11 Wireless Networking Antenna
Primestar was recently purchased by Direct TV who is phasing out all the Primestar equipment. This means that the dishes are being trashed, and are available for other uses such as the one I describe here. It is easy to make a surplus Primestar dish into a highly directional antenna for the very popular IEEE 802.11 wireless networking. The resulting antenna has about 22 db of gain, and is fed with 50 ohm coaxial cable. Usually LMR400 or 9913 low loss cable is used if the source is more than a few feet from the antenna. The range using two of these antennas with a line of sight path is around 10 miles at full bandwidth. I must stress the line of sight part though. Leaves really attenuate the signal.
Lake MXZ300 Winter Shoes Lake MXZ300 Winter Shoes … $179.95 ** SALE $149.88. Wow, check this out. This or the Gaerne Polar Road at recommended at www.icebike.com
Icebike Home Page. One of my favorite sites for riding in the cold and wet. Took most advice for gear from here. Try it!
Camelbak Rogue Brand New 2002! Hydration System$39 for the Rogue. Seems like the lowest price I’ve seen.
Camelbak Rogue Brand New 2002! Hydration System Need another one of htese. It is $38 here.
Bicycling : Daily : Product Of The Day!. A good 131 gram light road stem, but what’s its internal size?
Bicycling : Daily : Product Of The Day!. Just note the Deda Elementi 215 since that is what Lance rides and it is only $80. There is also the Deda Elementi Newton which is supposed to be very stiff.
Bicycling : Daily : Product Of The Day!. The coolest road bar is the Easton EC 90. Does need a new 26.0mm stem though 🙁