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Hi .In my Experience if you Change the Antenna Must be equal Both are Antenna Like 12 dbi Otherwise you are facing the Slow Issue.
must be same DBI Antenna (on my Experience 2700 AP I Face same issue ) when i change the Antenna both are Equal It s Fine working Thanks
the antenna is internal (I couldnt find an external adapter) - u need to open the top (20 or so screws). Theres a "pipe" thru the back that leads pretty straight into the antennae. Hook ur metal to the closest bundle and out the pipe.
My reception still isn't perfect, but you can listen to it. I moved the ac power code to the far side and gain some improvement as well.
You may have to use foil or other metal to extend the antenna artificially. I found years ago that even wrapping my hand around the end of it boosted the signal (though I'm sure you're not willing to listen to a radio while holding the antenna the whole time). I once sat a TV antenna on top of a portable CRT with its own internal ferrite antenna, and the video signal was about 80% there, audio 100%. This may be an inconvenient method, but it will guarantee at least most of the audio quality you want.
the blue and white wire is for the powered antenna, or signal remote wire for amp is also ran off that wire. as far as internal ant. cap you would have to check with panasonic about the add-on from factory though it does not. you should have a powered antenna or antenna in the windshield on the vehicle unless someone has changed the windshield for the cheaper model or removed the external antenna. which in that case you will need to add an antenna, can be bought at local electronics store or stereo shop. hope this help solves problem let me know if you have any more questions.
First off, the EOC-3220 series comes in two choices: the ones ending in EXT, which require you to add an external antenna, and the ones without, to which there is no place to add an external antenna. So there is no decision to be made in the software configuration, because it's all handled above the software's pay grade.
Other Engenius models with "either/or" antennas come with a physical switch that allows you to choose between the internal antenna and the external jack. So again, there's no software contribution.
mine does the same thing....i even have the external add on antenna, mine turns on fine but as soon as you flip the antenna up on the back, the screen starts flashing and the system keeps rebooting over and over again...