Wireless connection?

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  1. hiteck

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    How to make a wireless connection with about 100 Meter range?
     

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  2. The_Gnome_

    The_Gnome_ Well-Known Member
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    What are you looking to connect from/to? Are you talking sharing an internet connection? If so a wireless router is your best bet.

    If you have some more details on what you're trying to do, we can help more!
     
  3. Frisco

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    There are some dongles out there that achieve that range.. even some Bluetooth:

    http://www.shop4tech.com/item6492.html

    Post more about what you have and what you want to do with it, please.
     
  4. KCrick

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  5. Martimus

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    More info is definitely needed to provide you an accurate answer. 100 meters is a good distance (about 328 feet). Do you have clear line of sight between the two locations? Or are there obstructions? What type of connection are you planning? An ad-hoc connection between two systems? Or an infrastructure connection between a computer and a network?
     
  6. Sid Bonkers

    Sid Bonkers Well-Known Member
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    Move closer to the neighbour with the unsecured connection :D
     
  7. Eugene

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    100 meters isn't that far, a normal wifi router can do that with a decent reciever. I put mine in the second floor of my house when I first moved in and could connect te next street over, thats way more than 100 meters/300 feet. A low end system may not, but my Latitude had the anttnna in the lid. I moved my AP to the basement so now my signal only goes a couple houses over.
     
  8. Frisco

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    :D
     
  9. RoseOds

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    Well without information we can't help you.:) Use your router and configure your WAN setting and make sure you are under 100 M, if your system have WLAN/WAN option you can easily use it,
     

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