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Contesting Online Forums : Tips : Wireless Networks Forums Help

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Wireless Networks Reply
by K4FXN on June 6, 2004 Mail this to a friend!
I just installed a 802.11b wireless network and am wondering what kind of RF interference to expect from my radios.
 
RE: Wireless Networks Reply
by N4GG on June 7, 2004 Mail this to a friend!
Its unlikely the network will receive interference FROM the the ham rig(s). Unfortunately, the inverse may not be true. Try tuning the weak signal or non-FM parts of the 6 meter and 2 meter bands with your network on, particularly around such choice QRGs as 50.125 MHz. Not a pleasant result - the spurs and carriers here are S9, with no simple fix. Below 50MHz, these systems tend to be clean.
73
Hal
N4GG
 
RE: Wireless Networks Reply
by pa0r on July 3, 2004 Mail this to a friend!
We used a wireless LAN (802.11b) network during the 2003 CQWW-CW at TS7N, and did not have any interference problem (we were in a M/2 setup).

ref.: "Computer Chaos in Kerkennah", Funkamateur, March 2004

73,

Rein Pa0R
 

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