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Re: Mode-S Antennas

On Mon, Feb 12, 2001 at 07:39:50AM -0600, Gregory Beat wrote:
> Steve -
> The key difference are the 2.4 Ghz antennas that are used for the 802.11
> network
> RF units for routers/bridges, etc.
> The link you left  www.hyperlinktech.com , describes "proprietary
> connectors" in its
> technical specifications for the dish.  Remember that 802.11 is a transmit /
> receive usage for the dish

I'm not sure what your looking at ;).  The BBQ grill dishes all have standard
N connectors on them (I have a dozen of them in use).  

Steve Rubin          / KG6DFV  /  Phone: (408)270-3258 Fax: (408)270-3273
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