Forum Index > General > Ask an Evil Mad Scientist!
 100 Ghz Internet conection using Horn Antenna
 |  Printable Version
By: microsoft_admin (offline) on Friday, November 21 2008 @ 05:34 AM PST (Read 4262 times)  
microsoft_admin

ok so i got my internet conection up to 39 Ghz (wich is really cool btw) I am aiming to get my conection to 100 Ghz i am wandering if a Horn Antenna might do the trick? any sugestion's ?

Id like some sort of setup the wont take to much more room as my room already looks like Nasa's Huston Space Controal HQ


Forum Apprentice
Apprentice

Status: offline

Registered: 10/02/07
Posts: 11

Profile Email    
   
By: cre8or (offline) on Saturday, November 22 2008 @ 08:57 AM PST  
cre8or

Well, as I do not have a vast knowledge of antenna's, I dont know if you will find this helpful or not.
If you are going to make the horn that goes around the wireless antenna that you have now, you could always try a stronger antenna. (IE: a yagi antenna or a omni antenna) I know that cisco makes GREAT yagi antennas. But your own budget will dictate that. Also how far are you trying to "shoot" your wireless signal. A more powerful antenna will need to be a good distance away from each other.

I hope this helped


Forum Apprentice
Apprentice

Status: offline

Registered: 11/22/08
Posts: 1

Profile Email    
   
By: Anonymous: microsoft_admin () on Friday, December 26 2008 @ 04:57 PM PST  
Anonymous: microsoft_admin

well there is an area on the surface of the moon wich is possibly sutible for bouncing a signal from my transmitter to neptune





       
   



 All times are PDT. The time is now 05:46 AM.
Normal Topic Normal Topic
Locked Topic Locked Topic
Sticky Topic Sticky Topic
New Post New Post
Sticky Topic W/ New Post Sticky Topic W/ New Post
Locked Topic W/ New Post Locked Topic W/ New Post
View Anonymous Posts 
Able to Post 
Filtered HTML Allowed 
Censored Content 

Evil Mad Scientist Forum Archives — Read only!

Please visit our new forums for new discussions.


DIY Hardware for Electronic Art


The Original Egg-Bot Kit


Octolively
Interactive LED kits


Meggy Jr RGB
LED matrix game
development kit.


Business-card sized
AVR target boards


Peggy 2
LED Pegboard kits

My Account






Lost your password?