ParkerVision Signal Max!

I just read about ParkerVision last night at Tom's Hardware. Today, I
picked up their WLAN1500 wireless PC LAN card at my local CompUSA. It is an
excellent card, and their software if not only easy, but very useful! Now
I'm tempted to try their WR1500 wireless router. They're making some
guaranteed performance claims!
Check them out:
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Bill Crocker
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Bill Crocker
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I did. FCC ID pointed to:
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'JFE-D2D00003'Looking at the inside photos, it has diversity antenna connectors, but they only use one RF port. Seperate piggy back RF board. Chips by ZyDas:
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The USB version has an interesting looking antenna.
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'JFE-D2D00002'but no easy or obvious way to attach an external antenna. Dunno.
PCMCIA version is similar:
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'JFE-D2D00001'
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Jeff Liebermann
I've seen them and the word puffery comes to mind.. Where are the power and receive sensitivity figures?
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Luddite
The links that Jeff Liebermann posted, from the FCC testing, tell the whole story.
Bill Crocker
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Bill Crocker

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