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What type of wire to use bet. ext. antenna and wireless pci card?

I want to use my wireless G PCI card and external antenna but I am experiencing having difficulty to find good type of wire to connect from outside antenna approximately 20meters down to my wireless G PCI Card.

I hope somebody interested to post their solution.

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Re: What type of wire to use bet. ext. antenna and...

20 meters is a LONG way to go with an antenna wire for this application. Generally it is not recommended to extend the wire between the card and the antebba more than 3 meters. You would need to use thick, low-loss, cable that is very expensive. But if you must, computer stores sell extension cables.

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Please check the brand of Motherboard if it is built-in or the PCI Card Brand. and browse it in the net with another PC with the NET connection, to the manufacturer websites. and search it with corresponding model of the motherboard or the PCI Card. and download the Driver's and save to USB and paste it to ur PC and install it.
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