Question about SENAO High Power 200mW USB WiFi 802.11bg Adaptor with External Antenna (655216003026) Wireless Adapter
Ok i gotcha here its not any of the antennas its your service provider some reason you havent been recognized by your service provider you dont have a good ip yet
the way to tell you mentioned your self you tried different antennas the comp recognizess them but still no signal you need a satelite signal for what your looking to do being on a small island
also make sure your internet is not running offline on your internet page it will show in tools if your running online or showing offline
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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If you are planning to use a single antenna and then use a "splitter" to connect two (2) WiFi units, I'm afraid that it will not work.
Antenna splitters are meant for receive only mode but since WiFi operates both on receive and transmit, then perhaps what you would need is a "duplexer".
Both of your WiFis would be operating on 2.4GHz band. Theoretically, you would have to fix set your first WiFi device to operate on the lowest channel possible and the other on the highest channel possible. The channel separation translates to frequency difference; lowest for Channel 1 is 2.401GHz while the highest for Channel 11 is 2.473GHz.
Constructing your own would be at best a daunting task since you would need to be very familiar with electronic components and circuitry in the microwave region. Further, you have to have access to specialized equipment (microwave capable) such as a spectrum analyzer, swr meter, dummy loaded wattmeter and a frequency counter to say the least. In most countries, you would also need certain licenses to do this.
With all of these in mind, your best bet might be to use individual external antennas for each WiFi device and positioned them as far away as possible from each other. Moreover, pls bear in mind that anything between the transmitter and the antenna would introduce attenuation, insertion and return loss and this include even just the cable.
If you would still want to
give it a try:
Good luck and kind regards.
Oct 23, 2007 | EnGenius EOC-3220 (EOC3220)
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