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Plug a better antenna like a yagi or pannel with 10 dbi min

also you can boost your RF output (wlan0) but you will be (perhaps) illegal in the laws (FCC)

If I'm not wrong pineapple's antennas need a special adapter to attach a different antenna right?

And about boost the RF output what's the way to do this?

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If I'm not wrong pineapple's antennas need a special adapter to attach a different antenna right?

And about boost the RF output what's the way to do this?

Edit : you right (thanks barry to correct me)

PineApple use RP-SMA so have to need a RP-SMA to SMA adaptater

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Not

The Pine own two "SMA" connectors so you can plug diffrent antennas from the market (pannel omni yagi etc )

To boost the RF you have simply to find a good "booster" (in physics power the gain ( dbi ) (also have a good sensibility)

Pics from my desk (yes is already the night in France) (also sorry for my f*** english is so late)

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99.9% of any antennas you will find at your local electronics box store will be rp-sma, which won't work. Pretty sure that's what he was talking about.

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99.9% of any antennas you will find at your local electronics box store will be rp-sma, which won't work. Pretty sure that's what he was talking about.

I think i'm very tired. I checked the connector type and yes it's rp-sma

You saved my output RF lol :)

For the author of this topic you need something like this:

http://goo.gl/Y3Mhr2

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I think i'm very tired. I checked the connector type and yes it's rp-sma

You saved my output RF lol :)

For the author of this topic you need something like this:

http://goo.gl/Y3Mhr2

These are better, cause, you know, it keeps the site running!

http://hakshop.myshopify.com/collections/antennas/products/sma-male-jack-to-rp-sma-female-adapter?variant=504035017

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You're better off with an omnidirectional antenna, unless you are trying to do point to point, there are quite a few good and cheap 2.4GHz clover leaf antennas on ebay, they will improve your range and as their circular polarized they are ideal in built up areas.

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