Question about Belkin N1 Wireless USB 2.0 Network Adapter (S6359026)
I had the same problem with my connection, and in my case it was signal related. I Am using a belkin USB adapter. I downloaded netstumbler(it is free, just google it) and found that you had to have a signal noise ratio of about 22 to have a reliable internet connection that doesn't drop out. So download netstumbler(link below) and see what your current signal noise ratio is, then just place your adapter where you get the best signal noise ratio.
I built myself a modified windsurfer. You just take a A4 paper and glue aluminum foil with the bright side facing outwards. then arch your paper in a semi-circle and place it behind your adapter and angle it in the direction of your connection point. Remember that a line of sight is very important, so if you can place the adapter(assuming a dongle) on the window which is in the direction of of your connection point it will work . Also remeber that rain and wind does influence your signal. i hope this works for you, if not, feel free to mail me with more info on yor problem.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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