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Losing connection I keeop losing connection. Oneminute it high strength, then it becomes low. Resulting in no connection

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Try to upgrade the latest firmware, reset and reconfigure it , that will fix your problem

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How many 'bars' are showing on wi-fi signal strength indicator (presuming you are using wi-fi for internet access)? If the signal strength is low, you could be losing connections that way, or there might be interference on the wi-fi channel that the tablet is using. Try changing channels in your wi-fi setup and see if there is an improvement in the behavior.

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If the device has worked for you in other locations, the most likely answer is that you have low signal strength from your network carrier to your device. To test if low signal strength is the problem, try moving your laptop to another location, closer to the cell tower you think might be servicing you to see if it starts working. If your laptop connect software has the ability to show you the signal strength, look to see how many dBm the signal strength is. The larger the negative number, the worse it it. Below -85 dBM, you will have frequent drop outs.
-75 to -80 dBm should give you usable results. -65 dBM and lower should give you very good results. If you can only find the strength in bars, 1 or 2 bars is bad, 3 bars marginal, 4 & 5 bars useful to good. You can buy repeater devices which pick up cell signals and rebroadcast them, making them stronger for you laptop to pick up the cell signal. They usually have an external antenna port which you can put outside and high to help pull in the signal. Trees, hills, and rain all block and lower the signal strength between you and the cell tower. Distance is also a big factor.

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You could try Getright software, but most likely you are having connection problems (low bandwidth or high error rates). Problem is not likely in the router unless your wireless signal strength is very low.

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Internet keeps dropping


check your router signal strength ,if it is low then it can drop internet connection..

you can try to reboot..its a good option....:))

if everything fail then try to connect using cable and ping with proper IP address and check router signal strength .......


If you need any kind of technical assistance you can contact support cell at http://www.vtechsquad.com/

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Most of the channels breaking up despite auto retuning


could be one of a few things,
low signal strength, aerial out of line with transmitter.
bad coax connections losing signal strength.
coax broken inside, or old and not low loss.
Get the aerial checked for direction, half a degree out of line over a few miles and you will lose a lot of signal strength, as will old coax (aerial cable) and if you are using an unshielded coax you could be losing signal strength through the cable itself. Replace the connecters and try to use a straight run of cable instead of having joins in it as these joins, even if using connecters, will cause a weak signal. If yiu are running more than one tv off your aerial, invest in a booster.

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Very low signal


Given that you have a '802.11B' device, the maximum speed will be 11 Mbps.

While your wireless router is communicating at that speed to your computer, the router is communicating with your ISP at a much-lower speed, depending on how much you pay per month to your ISP for the agreed-upon level of service, e.g., "ADSL-lite" or "High-Speed".

So, unless you pay more per month to your ISP, the "bottleneck" will be between your ISP and your router, *NOT* between your router and your wireless adapter.

Now, as to the "low signal strength", that's a matter of the distance between the router and your computer, and the number and composition of the walls and ceilings in the middle.

If you move your computer closer to the router, the signal-strength should become "good" or "excellent".

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Date arithmetic is relatively easy if you remember that time in JavaScript is measured in milliseconds. Use the date method getTime() to determine the number of milliseconds that have elapsed since the magic date of January 1, 1970. Use the setTime() method to establish a date you have calculated in term of milliseconds.

Danny Goodman, author of the JavaScript bible recommends that you set up some variables that build on each other to make it easier to do Date Arithmetic. Here is the variable setup that he recommends:

var oneMinute = 60 * 1000 // milliseconds in a minute
var oneHour = oneMinute * 60
var oneDay = oneHour * 24
var oneWeek = oneDay * 7

So for your case (date for 10 days after today), we can declare like this:

<SCRIPT language="JavaScript">

var today = new Date();
var mm= today.getMonth();
var dd = today.getDate();
var yyyy = today.getFullYear();
var oneMinute = 60 * 1000; // milliseconds in a minute
var oneHour = oneMinute * 60;
var oneDay = oneHour * 24;
var dateInMS = today.getTime() + oneDay * 10;
var TargetDate = new Date (dateInMS)
document.write("Today is: " + mm + "/" + dd + "/" + yyyy);
document.write("<br />");
document.write("10 days after today is: " + TargetDate);

</SCRIPT>


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Signal strength very low. Belkin ADSL2 modem with wireless g router F 507632-4


signal is bouncing off doors and walls to get to your comp
move comp closer to modem if it increases and your signal strength increases then you know youll have to be close to modem

other problem someone taped your signal and it working off of it call your provider to come out test the wireless signal strength and or password your wireless router settings so some one cant interfere with signal

i dont like wireless myself in the home i go straight cable with ether net cord this always has strenght and cannot be tapped

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