Photos: Going for distance in Wi-Fi

Photos: Going for distance in Wi-Fi

Summary: A 2.4GHz grid antenna was used to transmit data from the Sawtelle Mountain (elevation: 9,900 feet) in Idaho to Scout Mountain (8700 feet).

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  • Photos: Going for distance in Wi-Fi

    A 2.4GHz grid antenna was used to transmit data from the Sawtelle Mountain (elevation: 9,900 feet) in Idaho to Scout Mountain (8700 feet).

  • Photos: Going for distance in WiFi

    Microserv used a PacWireless 5.8GHz dish measuring 2 feet in diameter to transmit data from the Sawtelle Mountain to Scout Mountain in Idaho.

Topic: Wi-Fi

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