waiting for outdoor integrated usb2 54g radio & 20db panel

Discussion in 'Wireless Internet' started by frank, Jun 29, 2005.

  1. frank

    frank Guest

    I found other threads mentioning superpass antennas even some usb type
    but think I am first thread to order their largest gain usb unit (A20).
    price was great 109, even with shipping and optional active usb
    extender was only $142. It was not clear if the unit comes with usb
    cable and also looks like you have to download the driver from site.
    chinese accent {I think) and he has no online shopping cart, you send
    email and he returns total with shipping - he now accepts paypal as
    opposed to previous threads said only checks but he has no online
    ordering (email only).
    the unit http://www.superpass.com/SuperUSB-A20.html has standard 18dbi
    radio + 20 db panel antenna. it is outdoor, derives power from usb and
    apx 30 degree directional spur - I am hoping this is enough but worst
    case is still an economical way to outdoor weatherproof radio and then
    retrofit an 8 degree 24db antenna for long haul

    I have been comparing usb / poe / repeaters / amplifiers and this was
    the best trade off I could find. Item shipped yesterday and I hope to
    receive unit and post more details from the "deployment" this weekend.
     
    frank, Jun 29, 2005
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  2. frank

    Ed Williams Guest

    Frank
    I have a USB antenna that some people on here have given me nothing
    but Hell over. After you receive yours I would like to do some comparison
    with you. I have found no one yet that beats this antenna. It is a USB
    802.11g and has great data thru output. My antenna is smaller so you can
    take it with you easier. That probably why the can't believe what it does. I
    have worked hard on it to have the best balance of directional antenna and
    radio. Keep in touch.
    Thanks Ed
    www.signal-seeker.com
     
    Ed Williams, Jun 29, 2005
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