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How to stretch a wireless link far beyond the range number on the box...
I recently managed a successful 5km link across town, using just standard access points and antenna. While working out all of the signal loss calculations to see if the link was even possible, I started to understand how long range links work, and how manufacturers such as Cisco have been able to offer long range links while staying within the legal transmission power limits for Wi-Fi.
 read more | score:6061 | -Ray, January 26, 2006
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