vandogtravellerThis is a highly directional Parabolic Grid Antenna for WIFI (2.5GHz) with a range of 8 miles line of sight. I picked this up for £10 in the scrapyard, but I realised it's just not practical to carry on, or in, the van. Has anyone else got something like this as a permanent mounting (possibly foldable) on their van? I'd like to see it :-) #vanlife #offgrid #wifi #antenna #campers #diycamper #livingontheroad #homeonwheels #vanlifediaries #mobilehome #lifeontheroad #vanlifeexplorers #outdoorliving #vanlifeuk #roaradventure #outdoorliving #cabinonwheels #projectvanlife #vanlifers #vanlifeurope #vanlifestyle #vancrush #vandog #simplelife
- sprinter_adventuresI'd like to see it as well. You use this to boost the reception of the signal??
- gnarlynickolaslove it!
- renaeelliottI need knowledge! Haven't a clue what we'll be doing for wifi :/
- bellphoto1Seems that nowadays going off grid means being more connected than ever. Everybody's traveling to find the next wifi hot spot! Hahahahahaha 😂
- rideintothesunphotoI imagine there's antennas better suited for this? Wouldn't it make more sense to have a big 4G antenna instead? Also what do you connect this antenna to?
- hymer_hike_ridgebackI use a kit from turbo Wi-Fi, it's comes with a small router as well. Used it a lot, but line of sight maybe 500mtr. Like on Los lancos, Tarifa where I think I was parked next to you last winter?
- roadshipadventure@finding_simon has a great youtube post on different antennas and his setup
- vandogtraveller@rideintothesunphoto yeah both would be good really. You can often get wifi for free with a good antenna. I mostly use 4g though now
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