RE: Re: IP mobility v.s. cell phone company data plan posted 07/09/2007
- Subject: RE: Re: IP mobility v.s. cell phone company data plan
- From: John Gibson <johngibson1541@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2007 19:11:45 -0700 (PDT)
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Verizon delivered the antenna to me.
I canceled tomorrow's cable internet installation.
Now it is 400kbps constantly in the evening.
Never been this good.
But the antenna is outside. If any one steals my
antenna, I will have to buy another.
I will order another antenna tomorrow as backup.
I have prepared for the worst. I don't screw the
connector that connects the antenna's cable to my
CDMA USB modem. I use a piece of aluminium foil
to wrap and connect the outer metal connection
screws. Wrapping it like rapping a drumstick for
This way, if someone pulls my antenna from outside,
the cable will detach from my USB modem without
pulling damaging my USB modem.
I move to this basement apartment. The antenna
uses a strong magnet and I attach it to the
air conditioner's outside base frame.
Any neighbor children can pull the antenna.
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