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Author Topic: Use of even Transmitter wifi to RadarBox  (Read 2237 times)

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leomicen

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Use of even Transmitter wifi to RadarBox
« on: March 30, 2010, 03:57:42 PM »

 MY Friends, first knows to excuse by not being able to express to me in the English language, I am using a translator.
I must place an antenna to 50 meters or 150ft height and the costs is very great since I need the antenna, the preamplifier, the 12 injector of volt and the source.  In addition to a cable very costs like ecofles 10/15. 
Total BETWEEN 500 and 700 Euro.
 I ask  will be possible a wireless transmission, type WIFI in 1090 mhz?  some of you tried something on the subject? And  is equipment to do what I propose?
 Thanks and excuse my English translated by computer.
   Leo

markb

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Re: Use of even Transmitter wifi to RadarBox
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2010, 03:58:42 AM »
Leo,
 Try a Lantronix UBox 2100.  Just plug the Radarbox into the UBox and plug the UBox into your wireless router.  May have to purchase overseas, but several members of the forum use this, as do I with great success.

Mark