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Old 11-18-2008, 12:50 PM   #21
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I got my booster from WPS antennas. It was easy, I just told them which card I had and they sent the correct cord for it. I also got one for my cellphone so I can get reception in remote areas.
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Old 11-18-2008, 03:31 PM   #22
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RadioShack has a nice wireless version. I had one for a few days and it seemed to work when there was a signal for it. Better for laptop card and cell access both. Prices are all over the board, even amongst RadioShacks so check around.
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Old 11-18-2008, 03:49 PM   #23
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Yeah, routing the wire and plugging it into the aircard is a hassle, but I think it should get a stronger signal since it's a direct connection.
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Winvest,

We got out cellular antenna from WPS also. We gor cords with it to connect to our blueberries and the AT&T card.

WPS support folks are very helpful.

The antenna does seem to help when we are away from strong signals... but there have been a couple of times in town when the antenna seemed to get less of a signal than the card alone. I can't explain that.

We have the cord from the antenna routed to under the passenger seat. We can then use it on the airdcard with the laptop on the ram mount or when seated on the gaucho.

...and our satellite internet system is on its way...
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