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Super Cantenna Wireless Booster Antenna Review

Posted on Wednesday, August 18 2004 @ 23:16:51 CEST by LSDsmurf


Wireless networking is an easy way to network your house. You don't need to run cables through the walls or string them down stairs. Why stop at your house? What if you could have your neighbors home network on your network? Wireless allows you to do this, as long as you have a good signal. There lies the problem, as the distance increases, signal degradation grows. To allow for wireless networks to function over longer distances, you need a signal booster. One such wireless booster is the Super Cantenna Wireless Booster Antenna w/RPSMA & RPTNC, sold at ComputerGeeks.



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