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How to improve your wireless network and boost its signal

How to improve your wireless network and boost its signal
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How to Maximize the Speed of Your Internet Connection: 16 steps Steps Part 1 Checking Your Hardware, Network and Connection <img alt="Image titled Maximize the Speed of Your Internet Connection Step 1" src=" width="728" height="546" class="whcdn" onload="WH.performance.clearMarks('image1_rendered'); WH.performance.mark('image1_rendered');">1Run a speed test. <img alt="Image titled Maximize the Speed of Your Internet Connection Step 10" src=" width="728" height="546" class="whcdn">10Check the weather. Part 2 Optimizing Your Computer and Network Part 3 Upgrading Your Hardware Community Q&A Add New Question How can I increase my speed? Ask a Question Tips Warnings Article Info

123Net - World-Class Information Services for Michigan Business COMEX Preview: Some gadgets to look out for! | Tech Talk Today marks the start of COMEX 2011, and like every COMEX show that preceded this year's, brands and manufacturers are trying to elbow each other out with deals, deals and more deals! We don't know the full extent of the promotions that will be present at COMEX yet, but here is a short list of gadgets that you must check out if you count yourself an aficionado. Of course, we'll be on site tomorrow to sniff out the best deals, so keep your eye on Tech Talk! Xbox 360 trade-in offer Got an old console that you're just looking for an excuse to get rid of? You can trade in a working PSP 3000 with batteries for S$80, a Nintendo Wii for S$120 or even a GameBoy Colour for S$5 to contribute towards your new Xbox 360 purchase. Here's the full list of consoles you can trade-in, and their respective prices: xbox-tradein HP TouchPad Yes, we know, it suffered an untimely death and all, but the TouchPad has been confirmed to be on sale at COMEX. ASUS Eee Pad Slider & Acer Iconia Tab A100 asuseeepadslider2

How to Watch Security Camera Streams on the Internet Favorite This Article Edit Article Search Queries Edited by anthony eide, Josh H., Maluniu, Sondra C and 101 others Security cameras are everywhere, it seems, but what are they looking at? If you have ever been curious about it, we will show you not only how to see through the eyes of Big Brother, but even how you can sometimes zoom, pan, tilt, capture, and save images right from your computer! Ad Steps 1Open up your web browser. 4Manipulate the camera. Search Queries 1The list is continuously evolving so if you find a query that doesn't work, edit this page and remove it from the list.inurl:/view.shtmlinurl:ViewerFrame? Tips You can take a screenshot or use a screen recording program to record the video stream. Warnings This does not fall within most school or business guidelines for acceptable use of their computers.

Computer Repair Flowchart Bandwidth, and how to use it up The first thought that goes through the mind of all right-thinking people when they get a broadband Internet connection is "How can I use all of this bandwidth, all day long?" People who are still stuck with dial-up modem Internet access care deeply about bandwidth, too, for much the same reason that drowning people care deeply about air. So how can broadband users stretch the limits of their high-speed link, and what's meanest to a modem? Read on. Up versus down When someone talks about a communications link with a given bandwidth - say, 128 kilobits per second - they're usually referring to a half duplex connection at that speed. Note, here, that people often confuse bits and bytes when they're talking about connection speeds. There are a thousand bits in a kilobit, and a million bits in a megabit. So a 128 kilobit per second connection moves 16000 bytes per second, but that's only 15.625 kilobytes. And now, back to duplex. A humble modem link is, at least, full duplex. Web browsing Games

Wireless network Wireless icon. A wireless network is any type of computer network that uses wireless data connections for connecting network nodes. Wireless networking is a method by which homes, telecommunications networks and enterprise (business) installations avoid the costly process of introducing cables into a building, or as a connection between various equipment locations.[1] Wireless telecommunications networks are generally implemented and administered using radio communication. This implementation takes place at the physical level (layer) of the OSI model network structure.[2] Examples of wireless networks include cell phone networks, Wi-Fi local networks and terrestrial microwave networks. Wireless links[edit] Computers are very often connected to networks using wireless links Terrestrial microwave – Terrestrial microwave communication uses Earth-based transmitters and receivers resembling satellite dishes. Types of wireless networks[edit] Wireless PAN[edit] Wireless LAN[edit] Wireless MAN[edit]

10 Websites To Make You Think | The Online Learning Blog from Study2U Supposedly browsing the internet requires more brain power than watching television. Although judging from some of the websites we’ve come across that assumption is cast into doubt. Here’s some of the sites we like that might get your brain to sit up and listen. Ted A conference that started in 1984 bringing together experts in technology, entertainment and design quickly grew into so much more. New Scientist The New Scientist website carries new articles from the magazine as well as the NS archive of over 76,000 pieces. Big Think The Big Think website is a collection of ‘global thought leaders’ who offer their thoughts and analysis on world events and other important developments. Café Scientifque ‘for the price of a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, anyone can come to explore the latest ideas in science and technology’ Breathing Earth This fantastic website by David Bleja demonstrates CO2 emissions and world population growth in real time on a global map. Arts & Letters Daily How Stuff Works

CO2 emissions, birth & death rates by country, simulated real-time Mozilla Firefox I was opening up my almost brand new Dell 600m laptop, to replace a broken PCMCIA slot riser on the motherboard. As soon as I got the keyboard off, I noticed a small cable running from the keyboard connection underneath a piece of metal protecting the motherboard. I figured "No Big Deal", and continued with the dissasembly. But when I got the metal panels off, I saw a small white heatshink-wrapped package. Being ever-curious, I sliced the heatshrink open. I found a little circuit board inside. Being an EE by trade, this piqued my curiosity considerably. On the other side, one Microchip Technology PIC16F876 Programmable Interrupt Controller, along with a little Fairchild Semiconductor CD4066BCM quad bilateral switch. Looking further, I saw that the other end of the cable was connected to the integrated ethernet board. What could this mean? The reasons Dell would put this in thier laptops can only be left up to your imagination. Capsida.Net - Remote Admin Service

Multi-Homing - Can A Home Network Share Two Internet Connections? Answer: Several options exist for sharing two Internet connections on a home network. However, they can be difficult to configure and are often limited in functionality. Multi-Homing Dialup Network Connections The concept of multi-homing home network connections has existed since the early days of the Web. Multi-Homing Broadband Routers The most direct method for utilizing two high-speed Internet connections on a home network is to install a router specifically designed for this purpose. However, these high-end products are designed for use by businesses rather than homeowners and therefore can be complicated to set up. Broadband Multi-Homing Without a Router Those with technical know-how may be inclined to build their own high-speed multi-homing system at home without purchasing a router. Partial Multi-Homing Solutions Network operating systems like Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X contain limited multi-homing support.

FrontPage Engineering ToolBox Kurt Vonnegut explains drama I was at a Kurt Vonnegut talk in New York a few years ago. Talking about writing, life, and everything. He explained why people have such a need for drama in their life. He said, “People have been hearing fantastic stories since time began. He drew an empty grid on the board, like this: Time moves from left to right. He said, “Let's look at a very common story arc. It starts with her awful life with evil stepsisters, scrubbing the fireplace. “People LOVE that story! He wiped the board clean and said, “Now let's look at another popular story arc: the disaster.” It's an ordinary day in an ordinary town. But the problem is, life is really like this... Our lives drifts along with normal things happening. “But because we grew up surrounded by big dramatic story arcs in books and movies, we think our lives are supposed to be filled with huge ups and downs! That's why people invent fights. We're trying to make our life into a fairy tale.

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