Wifi booster

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  1. MikeandCarolyn

    MikeandCarolyn

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    We bought the Outdoor 2812 USB client at Newbury show-as did several other Funsters.
    At the moment we are on an aire outside a campsite in Diekirk Luxembourg.We have the free use of their wifi.Other Motorhomers are having to go into the bar to use it,but we are getting a good signal in the van about 50mtrs away from the bar ::bigsmile:

    Mike.
     
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  2. Stephen & Jeannie

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    Can you pm me details please Mike ! Such as where can I get one etc ! Stephen :thumb:
     
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    That's a problem really, no excuse to go in the Bar:roflmto:
     
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  4. Addie

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    Salopian.....we purchased the one from Addie..a few weeks before the trip to the UK..
    We have just been in the uk for quite a few weeks,...and at every CCC camp sites , other sites, and wild camping, there has been a full signal of BT open zone and Bt fon, our friend who did not have a dongle like us, so they used my wifi booster, because he is a BT user and had his code/password....had free internet all the time BETTER and quicker than than my "3" dongle and even in places that I could not even get a signal he was on a openzone:thumb:
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    Thats exactly what I have enjoyed with my iboost thingy.:thumb:
     
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  8. Heyupluv

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    Got one EP-6528 RTL8187L High Powerful USB Wireless WIFI Adapter Card with 10DBI Antenna,
    and also one of these,( but both of them are very flimsy made),
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Wifly-Cit...ters_Dongles&hash=item4159373bc7&_uhb=1#ht_52 ,
    in fact the first one broke at the mini usb connection on the booster , they are quite fragile...the second one is chucked in a cupboard with all the different size screw on antennae,
    But Addies is a lot more expensive around £45 to £55... I suppose you get what you pay for.....
    I also have a tp-link and many other boosters..which has been better than the ones above and the tp-link still works well....but not as powerful or a patch on the one addie is selling...I have, and tried many wifi boosters over the last 5 years...but the one from addie does seem the best so far very strong and robust..
     
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