October 22, 2007 | WiFi
It’s easy to stay connected no matter where you are with the RV2Internet iAntenna Wireless Modem. Built especially for RVs, the iAntenna features a high power WiFi radio encased in a weatherproof dome that is secured to the RV roof exterior. With its exclusive LinkGauge technology, RV2Internet wireless modem can be dash-mounted in standard switch locations to provide clear WiFi hotspot detection. Using easy-to-install standard wiring, the iAntenna requires no software for a PC connection, and its built-in software accommodates multiple computers and wireless router uplinks. Boasting a WiFi signal five times stronger than a typical laptop computer, its roof-mount design receives four times more networks than standard wireless solutions. RV2Internet.
October 19, 2005 | WiFi
Check out this wearable WiFi server! The WiFi.Bedouin is a wearable, mobile 802.11b node disconnected from the global Internet. Yeah, it seems like small backpack on the outside, but don't ever judge a book by its cover, inside is an adapted 802.11b access point, RF amplifier a PowerBook G4, MovableType, Apache 2.0, the Tomcat Java Servlet Container, and WiJacker. The PocketPC PDA in front tops off the cake. Don't forget about all the customized software u'll be using! A good idea for anyone who is sick of net withdrawal.
August 23, 2005 | WiFi
Need help finding an internet signal while traveling or away from home? The Wi-Fi Digital Hotspotter displays signal strength, SSID, security status and channel (much more than a typical WiFi detector). When multiple networks are available this tiny travel gadget provides information on each. Other features include a frequency range of 2.4Ghz to 2.462Ghz, coverage up to 200 feet, and detection of both WEP and WPA encryption. This keychain travel gadget runs on 2 AAA batteries, which are included. $59.99 at thinkgeek.
August 2, 2005 | WiFi
With this simple keychain you can locate hot spots without bothering yourself with booting up your notebook and then searching for a signal. The Mobile Edge WiFi Signal Locator happens to use patent-pending technology so that you don't confuse hot spot readings with microwaves and portable phones signals and Detects 802.11B and G Networks. This product by Mobile Edge is great for travelers who don't want to spend time searching for a signal. You can pick one up for about $20.
July 10, 2005 | WiFi
Traveling and can't find any WiFi spots? Sometimes finding that much needed internet signal is harder then spotting a shooting star in the night sky. Popular Science wrote a piece on how to produce your own portable WiFi spot out of a backpack for about a $1000. They offer a complete description of undertaking this ordeal along with estimates on the gadget prices. A great idea for all the internet junkie travelers out there.
Via Popular Science