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Help me build a wireless transceiver for LAN cable

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LAN transiver reciver.

I want to build a wireless transiver-reciever for Lan cable. my distance is about 50km. does anyone can help me?
 

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Re: LAN transiver reciver.

do you mean using wi-fi technology?
don't know whether wi-fi can reach that far.
 

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LAN transiver reciver.

i dont now what is wi-fi. i see some circuit board that make wireless connection between two phone that have distance 50km. i want to build this circuit board for LAN cable.
 

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Re: LAN transiver reciver.

YOU COULD USE WI-FI, WITH TAILOR MADE ANTENNA. SHOULD BE ABLE TO REACH 50KM.
 

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Re: LAN transiver reciver.

thenhow said:
YOU COULD USE WI-FI

what is WI-FI? any documentaion or related site?
 

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LAN transiver reciver.

wi-fi is a wireless networking standard for computers, officially know as 802.11, occasionally known as wifi, airport etc.

with an omni directional aerial it has a range of 150 feet, but with a tight beam directional one there have been ranges of 50km and above reported, but you would need to have a clear line of sight to get that kind of range.

wouldn't it be easier to use the internet to transfer files and stuff?
 

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