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11-29-2005 06:11 AM
Originally posted by lipids
The reason your friend gets a better signal is due to better antenna reception. The antenna placement has undergone may revisions taking on a more prominent role in the design due to the proliferation of wireless networks.
The "G" networks are backwards compatible and will not boost your connection speed to the Internet. Maybe on a local network. The speed is 54mpbs on g and 12 on b. Not many people out there have Internet connections faster than 12mbps. So, your current Airport card should suffice.
If you get some Airport extreme thing your are not guaranteed to pick up your neighbors signal. I would suggest getting an external antenna to boost the signal.
11-29-2005 07:11 AM
Originally posted by keka
External antenna? What like from an old TV or should I just wrap it in Tin foil? Do they make these for computers?
I actualy think the signal is comming from a school that is right down the street from my house.
After work im thinking about running down too the school with my Tibook and seeing if I get anything.It would be great if I could get it from my room
Tell me more about this external antenna...
11-29-2005 04:37 PM
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Originally posted by multitrack mind
Makes nice hats, too.
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