|Aug 10, 2014, 09:25 PM|
In that case, apologize for my misunderstanding.
I'm only passing on the info I was told.
Here's a question, if it was a simple disconnection of the antenna, how is it that when connecting a wifi antenna, there was only a usable range of 10 metres, if the gain of the antenna had nothing to do with the variables involved? If the antenna was actually not connected at all (due to the lack of central conductor connection), surely there would not have been a usable range of anything like 10 metres?
In addition, my home wifi normally only has a range of around 10 metres, with its standard low-gain antenna (according to the instruction manual) yet if I screw in an "ultra high gain 12db antenna" (that's how they're marketed, by the way, if you google "ultra high gain antanna", they're all there, although I personally suspect the "ultra" reference is a marketing ploy as commonly only low & high gain antennas are referred to according to my own understanding ), suddenly I get about 150 metres range, with no other hardware changes other than different antennas with different gain values?
|Aug 10, 2014, 09:43 PM|
See my comments in the text.
Hope this makes sense.
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