How long I will gain if I'm using 15dbi omni-antenna + 100W signal booster?
I have planned to deploy 15dbi omni-antenna with 100W signal booster, If I can gain more than 25 kilometers in 360 degrees maybe that's the best for me move-on. What are the possibility of disadvantages and advantages if I will going to used that certain specification?
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Re: How long I will gain if I'm using 15dbi omni-antenna...
Here is a chart that will help you. with more info you can get more exact, but to answer what I think is your question, it would be about 1-3 miles. Without knowing the Mbps I can't be more accurate. aspin.asu.edu/projects/wireless/ranges.html as far as advantages, theres no more than any other except for distance. Disadvantage...don't see any.
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There are many antenna systems available for Off-the-Air broadcast TV. It depends on space available mainly. There are internal (inside the home) and external mounted systems. Some external antenna can be mounted in the attic as well. External antenna are usually larger and cable of receiving signals from longer distances. They are either directional (point in one general direction at a time) ir omni directional (can receive signals from 360 degrees without physically aiming or pointing the antenna). They also can come with amplifiers/signal boosters, motors (to rotate the antenna for better recepton without manuall shifting it yourself). You can add splitters ti provide signals to more than one TV at a time. The number if channels you receive can depend on many variables so, depending on your location, how far away from the broadcasting antennae you are, and how you mount your antenna, the number of channels & quality of receive signals will vary.
Good news is there are websites on the Internet that can help immensely, so you don't to hire an electrical engineer!
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Is that a little 2.4GHz antenna on the reciever? Have you tried using another antenna? (If its replaceable) On the other hand, try converting signal from omni-directional to directional. One can increase the range of the transmitter/receiver pair by using a high gain directional antenna. Home-brew instruction for making a high gain antenna can be found at:
The easiest is to replace the small antenna with a higher gain one. You get some very effective 8+ db gain omni directional antennas for linksys on ebay, amazon etc.
If you are in one direction you can also use a Yagi antenna (Directional) with high gain (20+db gain)
Normally the problem is not just the router, but the connecting device as well.
Keeping in mind you have 2 way comms between 2 devices. The router and say a laptop. ideally you should upgrade both antennas. As the best antenna on an Linksys AP will not fix a weak laptop signal. (it will transmit better, and receive better, but the laptop should also transmit and receive better)
Hope it helps
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This 10dBi omni directional antenna enables you to very easily extend the range of your wireless network. By linking the Omni Antenna to your wireless router, you gain the benefits of an optimum wireless signal while minimising the number of ‘dead spots’ (points in your home where the signal is either weak or lost). However it does not fit the following types of routers,modems and accespoints: WL-143 WL-122v2 WL-114/WL-517 WL-114v2 WL-108/WL109 WL-111 WL-106 WL-025 WL-018v2
These antenne's will also fit other brands of wireless products that use an SMA connector