George Hardesty

Jan 212014

As long as you have line of sight from each camera to the central Wireless Access Point, this setup will work fine.

 Posted by at 9:09 am IP cameras, Ubiquiti Gear Tagged with:  Comments Off on Outdoor IP cameras: How to link to WiFi network
Dec 112013

As the old AG models run out of stock, we are receiving AGs with M after AG in the part#

The differences are
1. These are AirMax so they are compatible with all the other AirMax products – those that have an M in the name like NSM5, LOCOM5, etc – big improvement –
2. a minor change in the feedhorn design

Customers should like them better even if they ordered the "old" version


 Posted by at 4:14 pm Ubiquiti Gear Comments Off on AirGrid – minor changes / new versions
Dec 062013

Hi Richard – I’m all but certain that it’s not possible to share a USB WiFi adapter and it’s internet connection, using MS internet sharing network wizard on XP with my network

On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 3:00 AM, Richard Erskine <rickerskine> wrote:

Hi George,

Thanks for the info. I ordered those products.

I have another question when you have a moment. I have tried several times to interface the awus036h using MS internet sharing network wizard on XP with my network. I have not been able to get it to work. This is why I got the R36 to begin with. Do you know of a faq or tutorial that might explain how to do this?

Thanks again


On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 8:52 AM, George Hardesty <gh> wrote:

Richard – this is the cable that you need:

and since that is 30 feet, you could add a 10-FT RP-SMA extension cable: SKU E3

On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 10:25 PM, Richard Erskine <rickerskine> wrote:

……..and while on this subject (grid antenna), would this be the best and correct cable for it. I do need the length.

Best Regards,


RP-SMA Extension Cable: 40-FT Male to Female. LMR-400 equivalent cable

Price: $44.95


On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 8:12 AM, Richard Erskine <rickerskine> wrote:

Hi again George,

Thanks for you information for my past queries. If you don’t mind, I have another…..

I am looking to extend my range and am looking at the Alpha 2.4 ghz. antenna below. At present I have an Alpha omni 18 db gain whip. I know it says that you should have two of these grid antennas to maximize performance. My question is, If I use one only, do you think it will be worth the bother for the amout of increase in my two way distance/range. Thanks again.


Antenna 2.4GHz 24dBi Long-Range Grid Parabolic Directional WiFi High Gain

On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 6:41 PM, George Hardesty <gh> wrote:

The 036H is a higher quality WiFi adapter but is not being carried forward to Windows 8 and beyond.

You would be better off using 036H with the R36


On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 8:04 AM, Richard Erskine <rickerskine> wrote:

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Subject: wifi adapters
I have been using the awus036h with R36 and lately bought the awus036nhr and upgraded software in r36. I find that the performance is much lower than the awus036h. Any suggestions??
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Time: 11/08/2013 08:04:45
Name: Richard Erskine
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 Posted by at 12:26 pm USB WiFi adapters: Alfa Comments Off on Not possible to share a USB WiFi adapter, using MS internet sharing
Nov 082013

There are no firmware upgrades for WiFi USB adapters
My brother has a AWUS036H he’s been using for six years

Customer: could it be something the friends have change in the signal

me: That’s another angle, yes

Sent at 1:30 PM on Friday

Customer: that link is to the H not the NHR
does it appply?

Sent at 1:32 PM on Friday

me: He can re-install his driver

Customer: it only has v2 on there and he says his isnt v2
would it still work?

me: I think he should try it

Sent at 1:42 PM on Friday

Customer: does he need to uninstall firmware already on there or just go ahead and install?

Sent at 1:44 PM on Friday

me: Uninstall what he has and then re-install
He could have a corrupt installation

 Posted by at 1:52 pm Troubleshooting Comments Off on USB WiFi adapter troubleshooting
Aug 032013
 Posted by at 11:59 am Frequency Bands: LTE, GSM, WiMax & WiFi 802.11 standards Tagged with: , ,  Comments Off on WiFi Frequency Ranges: Uses, advantages & disadvantages of 2.4GHz, 5GHz, 900MHz
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