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WarCycling

Postby FatherDaniel » Sat Jun 15, 2002 2:51 pm

Looking forward to getting my antenna - it will mount perfectly to the rear rack . . . lol

You can see the garmin in the handlebars and my Vaio in my bag.
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Re: WarCycling

Postby blackwave » Sat Jun 15, 2002 3:00 pm

Originally posted by FatherDaniel
Looking forward to getting my antenna - it will mount perfectly to the rear rack . . . lol

You can see the garmin in the handlebars and my Vaio in my bag.


Hmmm... if you are using the Fab-Corp 5dBi mag-mount with the independent ground plane you can mount it on your helmet, the higher elevation may help in aquiring more APs ;)


And it is a good ice breaker for all the hot chicks... :)
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Re: Re: WarCycling

Postby jclark6 » Sat Jun 15, 2002 7:35 pm

Originally posted by blackwave


Hmmm... if you are using the Fab-Corp 5dBi mag-mount with the independent ground plane you can mount it on your helmet, the higher elevation may help in aquiring more APs ;)


And it is a good ice breaker for all the hot chicks... :)


Is that a 2.4 GHz antenna in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?
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Postby ARPAN3T » Sat Jun 15, 2002 10:41 pm

Ahahaha! Uh... good one.
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Postby snyd3282 » Fri Mar 02, 2007 3:34 pm

I just have a 15" sony Vaio laptop with a USB GPS and the internal 802.11 adapter in my backpack as I commute by bicycle.

In the last week I have mapped out quite a bit of my neighborhood. It seems to help with the triangulation if I bicycle up and down each sidewalk and alley.
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Postby little dave » Fri Mar 02, 2007 3:37 pm

snyd3282 wrote:I just have a 15" sony Vaio laptop with a USB GPS and the internal 802.11 adapter in my backpack as I commute by bicycle.

In the last week I have mapped out quite a bit of my neighborhood. It seems to help with the triangulation if I bicycle up and down each sidewalk and alley.



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Postby wrzwaldo » Fri Mar 02, 2007 4:17 pm

snyd3282 wrote:I just have a 15" sony Vaio laptop with a USB GPS and the internal 802.11 adapter in my backpack as I commute by bicycle.

Congrats on a new record for dead thread revival! And you did it with your first post... Most impressive.


In the last week I have mapped out quite a bit of my neighborhood. It seems to help with the triangulation if I bicycle up and down each sidewalk and alley.

Do ya think? :rolleyes:
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