On 6/26/2012 1:56 PM, Phil wrote:
> With the availability of reasonably priced wireless routers along with
> plugin wireless adapters for computer ethernet and USB ports not sure why it
> makes sense to still fuss with using wired Ethernet networks in home/shack
> and then need to install toroids, shielded cables, etc. to rid the radio of
> Ethernet RFI crud.
I completely agree, and have been using a home network that's 99%
wireless for six years. The only wired connections are from the wireless
router to the cable modem, and from the router to two PCs on desks
adjacent to the router. All cables are short, and all are choked.
Network performance is just fine -- it supports my ham shack, my office,
my wife's office, streaming audio (often two programs) and streaming
73, Jim K9YC
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