How did you know?
whitedice wrote:Alright, here are the pictures (optimized for web).
That looks like Mark57's rig.
You driving a Toyota too?
What I'd like to know is how you all are able to keep such low ratios of New to pre-existing discoveries.
Mark57 wrote: I've learned the secret how to easily determine which areas those are. It's really simple once you figure out how.]
Can you at least give me a hint?Keep up the good work. I'd like to hear more about your headless PC (carputer) setup.
As far as the headless PC, since nobody makes dual PCMCIA slot laptops anymore, I thought, well.. I'll just build my own version. It's such a waste really, because it doesn't do anything except run kismet_drone which I run via VNC. If this inverter ever dies I'll definitely get a pure sine inverter, cause when I turn on the inverter, the PC sounds like it's growling. Although, for expandability purposes, I could always replace the single PCMCIA slot PCI cards with DUAL PCMCIA slots! hehe
Of course after I got the inverter installed specifically to run the PC, a month later I bought a dual PCMCIA laptop on eBay, and now run both....! So by my ability to not think out the process very well, I have resulted with way too much equipment.
Oh yeah, and I was re-reading some posts on channel hopping.
I use: 1,6,11,2,3,1,6,11,4,5,1,6,11,7,8,1,6,11,9,10Mark57 wrote:I use 7 with a sourcechannel scheme of 6,6,1,1,11,4,6,11,10,6,1,7,11,6,1,8,6,11,9,6,2,6,6
whitedice wrote:Oh yeah, and I was re-reading some posts on channel hopping.
I use: 1,6,11,2,3,1,6,11,4,5,1,6,11,7,8,1,6,11,9,10
Is there any particular reason you don't have channel 3 or 5 listed?
whitedice wrote:Can you at least give me a hint?
Madhadder wrote:Instead of all that gear, wouldn't it make more sense to get 2 x 4 port PCI to MiniPCI cards and 8 MiniPCI cards each running on certain channels? Seems you could severly reduce the amout of crap in the back of the car.. Just like the guys at the Janus Project
whitedice wrote:If I was starting from scratch, and rich. Yeah, that may be a better idea, though powering such a device in a car would probably not make it worthwhile. Definitely need a pure sine inverter, which are pretty expensive.
And then there is portability. I have used 2 rentals, and another family member's car (all of which did not have a built-in 800W inverter), and ran 3 laptops, 3 amps, and 4 antennas in each. Mainly because I could manage battery power.
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