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I am trying to learn more about the wireless technology for which I provide tech support. Anyone have links to material that an intelligent layman could understand. Somewhere around undergraduate level.

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I am trying to learn more about the wireless technology for which I provide tech support. Anyone have links to material that an intelligent layman could understand. Somewhere around undergraduate level.

 

In which case, we need more tech support people like you. Wish I could help, but I dont have any sources. Props to you!

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No joke. I actually want to learn even more (and be able to understand what is being posted.)

 

I don't really know of a one-stop shop. I usually research all over the place.

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I don't really know of a one-stop shop. I usually research all over the place.

 

Yeah, me either. That's one of the things that we try to do around here, educate the masses. I have learned a lot myself since starting S4GRU. I learn more every day!

 

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Google is king. Imho...

 

The stuff AJ knows like the back of his hand however isn't so easily found out there...

 

A lil off topic, but who had a $1K+ spectrum analyzer laying around here for the wall post? AJ?....

 

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A lil off topic, but who had a $1K+ spectrum analyzer laying around here for the wall post? AJ?....

 

Indeed, the spectrum analyzer was just lying around -- just lying around at my doorstep on Thursday evening when the unit that I ordered from Germany last week was delivered.

 

http://www.aaronia.c...ctrum-Analyzer/

 

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Indeed, the spectrum analyzer was just lying around -- just lying around at my doorstep on Thursday evening when the unit that I ordered from Germany last week was delivered.

 

http://www.aaronia.c...ctrum-Analyzer/

 

AJ

 

dang $1300!...nice investment...

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Indeed, the spectrum analyzer was just lying around -- just lying around at my doorstep on Thursday evening when the unit that I ordered from Germany last week was delivered.

 

http://www.aaronia.c...ctrum-Analyzer/

 

AJ

 

Wow! That is one expensive piece of equipment. I wish I had the money for one.

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