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the amounts tilted are very small, usually just a couple of degrees. that would be hard to adjust. remember, use kismet or some passive (non-transmitting) signal strength measurement when adjustting a high gain antenna by hand.
argh wrote:that's a wide-open question... the world record of 125 miles on 2.4 gHz unamplified was set last year at Defcon by teenagers with 12-foot dishes. they were also on mountaintops.
WISP guys regularly make reliable 30 mile links on 2.4 gHz with tall towers and high-gain antenna.
a highgain antenna to an omni on a pole or tower could be a mile.
if my laptop gets the refrigerator between it and my AP with rubber ducks, it could be 50 feet.
the answer is somewhere in between!
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