In article <140720031235057085%nospamiam.invalid>,
Mark Conrad <nospamiam.invalid> wrote:
Most likely it'd be much easier to just get a range-extender from> Surfing the web, I stumbled across this site:
> They sell systems plus antennas that claim to extend the range of
> Airport-like systems.
> If I read the table at this website correctly, under some cirstances
> the range can be as much as 16 miles.
> Check it out, see what you can make of it.
> Also, if you don't mind voiding your Airport base-station's warranty,
> look at page 56 of the present August 2003 Macworld magazine:
> "Extend Your Airport's Range"
> Betcha lotsa 'gotchas' for anyone planning this approach.
> ...still, a modest conservative approach to extending Airport's range
> might work, after a fashion.
<http://www.hyperlinktech.com/>. They've got models that work with even
the original "graphite" base stations. Not 16 miles by any stretch, but
a good deal more than the stock hardware provides.
Tom "Tom" Harrington
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