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Wifi External Antenna

blackster Avatar
1d, 5m agoPosted 1 decade, 5 months agoFeedback:1 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi, Anyone interested in a brand new External Wifi Antenna?

it's 7ft long and has a gain of 15db, i bought this as my mate has one strapped on the side of his house and it picks up about 30+ access points and would be great for anyone networking or transfering files in the next street or even further.

I don't want to blind people with science, but it's operates at 2.4ghz and works with all wifi bands, it comes with mounting brackets and connecting cables, all you need to buy is the wire that plugs into your router.

Heres a photo of it :

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v156/imagehosting/auctions/Antenna.jpg


I'm looking for £60 for it, postage would work out at £12.50 via carrier or if you live local near manchester you could collect or meet.

I paid £120 for it about a month ago, but it's just too big for me and would look outta place on my house, so it's gotta go.

If anyone is interested then please feel free to pm me.

Thanks

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- blackster
blackster Avatar
1d, 5m agoPosted 1 decade, 5 months agoFeedback:1 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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doesn't work with all WiFi bands if it works at 2.4GHz. .a(802.11.a) uses 5GHz bandwidth and not 2.4GHz. Only .b and .g (802.11.b and 802.11.g) work on 2.4GHz and more than likely .n (802.11.n) will once it is fully ratified.

Most WiFi routers sold for small office and home use will be .b and .g (802.11.b and 802.11.g) compatible it usually is only higher end WiFi equipment that is .a (802.11.a) mainly Cisco branded WiFi stuff is .a.
#2
ok then "most" wifi bands that are 2.4ghz, which most common ones work on, B,G etc, sorry not well up with the 5ghz bands.

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