Archive for August, 2016

Now Say Bye to Disturbed WiFi!!

An amazing and fantastic solution to relentless wifi addiction is finally been discovered. You can buy a wifi range extender for your laptop, like the TP-Link N300 Wifi Antenna. This ingenious little piece of computer equipment like really rocks. It increases the laptop’s WiFi signal strength 3 to 5 times. With this anyone will be able to locate many more open wireless networks than with computer’s internal wireless card. A folding directional antenna helps pick up the best signal and maximizes my chances for connecting to the internet in remote locations.

There are 2 primary situations when having a wifi antenna helps greatly. The first is when an individual staying at a hotel, guesthouse, or hostel and the wifi signal doesn’t reach my room.
Maybe there’s only one router, and it’s in a public area. Connecting the external wifi antenna allows only to work from the comfort of the room with a powerful signal. The range seems to be a few hundred yards depending on how many walls/buildings are in between.
The other situation is when one finds the perfect cafe to work at (ambience, coffee, prices, food, comfort), but their wifi connection sucks. However maybe there is a cafe down the street with a much better connection. Using my wifi antenna, one can connect to the 2nd cafe’s fast wifi, while working from the cafe he/she actually prefers.
It may not seem like much, but finding a decent workspace with good wifi is very important for my productivity when working on the road.
WiFi Antenna Booster
The extended range of this external wifi card has saved my ass on quite a few occasions while traveling. Because the boosted wifi signal is so much stronger, I’m frequently using it even when my internal card sees some of the same connections.
A 20% network signal suddenly becomes a 99% signal after hooking up my TP-Link wifi antenna.
Wi-Fi is a technology for WLAN based on the IEEE 802.11 (a,b,g) specifications. Wireless fidelity is a popular technology that exchanges data’s through wireless networks with access point. An access point is similar to a network HUB transmitting data’s between connected wireless devices and a connected wired device, like an Ethernet hub or switch. The distance covered by of one or more inter-connected access point (hotspots) can extend from an area of few meters to as large as many kilometers. Coverage in the larger area may require a group of access points with overlapping coverage. An access point (AP) broadcasts its SSID (Service Set Identifier, “Network name”) through packets broadcasted every 100 ms at 1 Mbit/s.
The wireless network is formed by connecting all wireless clients to the access point (AP). Access points are important for providing heightened wireless security and for extending the physical range of service a wireless user can access by using WEP and WAP. The range of the WI-FI can be increased by re positioning the router or access point (AP) to avoid obstructions and radio interference. The range can also be increased by adding another access point (or router).Ad hoc does not use any intermediary device such as Access Point. Infra Structure and Extended modes use Access Point as interface between wireless clients. WI-FI signal boosters are WI-FI amplifiers that are attached to access point or routers. This booster boosts the signal strength to 600%. The need for reliability, uninterrupted and seamless communication is one of the top priorities of every house. Repeaters should be used for better performance and high resolution. Repeaters are the networking devices that help to repeat the signal or increase the reach of existing wireless network; this can be used in remote place where signal strength is too low and unreachable.
DEMERITS OF EXISTING SYSTEM
In the existing system, Omni-directional antennas can be used in access point to access internet. Omni directional antenna can be accessible in all directions of 360 degrees. It is as well called the “non-directional” antenna because it does not favour any particular direction. Omni directional antenna provides access range up to 100-300 feet indoor and 500 feet outdoor. Antennas are electrical conductors that radiate electromagnetic energy into space. By using Omni directional antenna coverage area become smaller as it can be accessible in all directions.

Network Extender for an Enhanced Indoor Network – Verizon!

The Network Extender enhances indoor calling and 3G data coverage to provide better service for your Verizon Wireless mobile device. It’s an extension of our network placed directly in your house or small business office. The Network Extender is compatible with all Verizon Wireless devices and works like a miniature tower. It plugs into your existing high-speed Internet connection to communicate with the Verizon Wireless network, which makes it easy to install. One point to be noted most importantly is that the Network Extender is not a router and therefore is not Wi-Fi capable.

Your Network Extender will work with most broadband or DSL connections (from Verizon or another Internet service provider). The minimum broadband speed required varies based on which Network Extender you have:
1 Mbps to support voice
Up to 3.1 Mbps to support the maximum EVDO data rate for the Combo Network Extender (SCS-2U01)

The Network Extender requires a broadband Internet connection, but it doesn’t require a computer to provide wireless coverage. However, you do need a computer (or other Internet device) to manage your device access settings through My Verizon.

If you have a computer, it doesn’t need to be turned on to use your Network Extender as the Network Extender is designed to work with Verizon Wireless Mobile devices only.

While both the Network Extender and the Network Extender for Business provide the same enhanced functionality for calls and data on your mobile devices, the Network Extender for Business is made to handle the broader needs of numerous employees remaining connected to the network at the same time.
The Network Extender is designed to enhance the wireless coverage within a residential home or certain small business environments.
The Network Extender for Business is intended to support the specific calling and data needs of a business environment. By linking up to 5 units together, a business can give uninterrupted access to an ever growing number of devices at any given time.

Placing the Network Extender close to a window will help in acquiring a GPS signal. If our Network Extender can’t be placed near a window or has trouble acquiring a GPS signal. Using the external GPS cable also lets us place the Network Extender in a central location within your home, so you can get better coverage throughout our house.
The external GPS antenna cable is provided in the event that you can’t acquire a GPS signal with the internal GPS antenna. Using the external GPS cable also lets you place the Network Extender in a central location in your home or small business so you can get better coverage throughout it.