1 MILE Wireless Network Kit

By | October 27, 2005

Straight off of digg, but this looked like a very good deal.

“This 1 MILE Wireless Network Kit is a simple, affordable way to improve the performance of any network, have your own hotspot and make money. You can’t go wrong for only $49.99.”

I also found a link to a review of the product buried in the comments. The long and short of the review is that the product meets specifications. Now in a city like Fargo, where no one locks their access points, I would be really interested in seeing just how many AP’s I could pick up from here.

Compgeeks always has provided me with good quality equipment, so I personally wouldn’t hesitate to buy from them again.

[tags]Wireless, Digg, CompGeeks, Network Kit, WR1500, ParkerVision Signal Max USB1500 1 Mile USB LAN Adapter [/tags]

2 thoughts on “1 MILE Wireless Network Kit

  1. Irrision

    Hehe yeah that’s cool stuff. They’re having some wicked sales today and tomorrow (The 27th in celebration of daylight savings coming up). From what I understand the ParkerVision technology works well but is propriatory as hell so it will only work with parkervision APs/Routers. Now if you want powerful Wifi cards pick up a Senao card. They’re 200milliwatt cards (a fifth of a watt) where most cards are lucky to 50mw. I’m going to utilize one in my Soekris-based router project.

  2. Irrision

    Hrmm so nix that apparently parkervision works with standard equipment. I was thinking of Mimo routers which have similar claims for 4 times the price.

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